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Flora and Fauna in Exquisite Timber Marquetry

The Retter-Mitchell exhibition at the Wood Works Gallery Bungendore is an extraordinary collaboration between the two woodworkers – the first an inlay artist and the second a cabinet maker. 131 more words

15th January 2018 - Meaghan Pimsler, University of Alabama

Meaghan L. Pimsler is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Alabama working with Dr. Jeff Lozier to integrate physiological, morphological, population genetic, and transcriptomic approaches to study the factors shaping adaptation in native pollinators.  311 more words


2017 Garden moth summary


Thought I would post this for those who are interested, it’s my list of species for 2017 caught in the garden here in South Hampshire (Horton Heath). 14 more words


The Academic Work-Life Balance - Doing what you enjoy for as long as you can

I am very lucky.  Unlike many people, I have essentially been paid to do what I love for my whole life.  My job is my hobby, my life even. 1,204 more words


Leafminer control

While not typically threatening to plants, leafminer manage is regularly necessary to manage the distinctly visible tunnels in leaves that could reduce crop fee.

discovered in greenhouses, domestic gardens and landscaped regions across the country, leafminers are the larval (maggot) level of an insect own family that feeds between the upper and lower surfaces of leaves. 766 more words


The Onondaga Brood.

Fancy a trip to New York’s Finger Lakes this spring?  Come May it’ll be the place to be, as Brood VII of periodical cicadas emerge from their burrows and flop into streams and lakes.  51 more words

Fly Fishing

No Bugs, No Glory! 10th Anniversary of: Who Wants to be an Entomologist?

No Bugs, No Glory!

10th Anniversary of – Who Wants to be an Entomologist?

It’s hard for me to believe that 10 years ago this month all the writing, all the filming, all the post-production came to an end to produce the DVD – … 5,513 more words