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The AES Annual Exhibition and Trade Fair

Once every year, the Amateur Entomologist Society holds a large meeting at Kempton Racetrack, where enthusiasts and traders can come and show off their invertebrates and trade them. 450 more words


First Field Trip, Spider Coffee and Bug Poop Tea

Morning Spiderweb

There are two times of year in Houston the Gulf Coast when the weather is just perfect. Late September through October is one of them, with late February through April being the other. 645 more words


Veggie Soup, Potato Cornbread, and the Tomato Aliens

Working long hours doesn’t leave much time for blogging or anything else. Cooking is something I rarely do on workdays, no cooking/no dirty dishes :-), but it’s Saturday and I’m making vegetable soup.   392 more words


Meet the latest resident of my menagerie - Sir Knight R. Ider

Looks like Ms. Spee Ider has company, unless she’s planning on dining out on a fellow spider. She’s already laid two pecan-shaped egg sacs, probably 1-2 more to come before the first chill takes her to spider heaven. 129 more words

Crazy Science

Halloween Taxidermy Toronto Classes

BIRD Taxidermy weekend $380CADpp (3 spaces left!)
Saturday and Sunday Oct 24th-25th, noon to 6pm both days. Class size limited to 8  – NO experience necessary!
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Metal + Glass

Grain Sorghum Harvest

We are almost done harvesting milo for grain in Thomas County. This is the first season all of us have dealt with sugarcane aphids from beginning to end. 211 more words


Awesome Imperial Moth Caterpillar (By: Michele Babcock-Nice)

Enjoy this amazing beauty that was found in my front yard today under a Sweet Gum tree.  It is an Imperial Moth (Eacles imperialis… 69 more words