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E.S. Cropconsult: Week 13

Final views of fields of Abbotsford, harvest cabbage, and lines of lacewing eggs; a diamondback caterpillar races to the pupal stage, to catch up with the looper. 16 more words


no woman is an island

Yesterday I spend the day carefully packing 2 works. Finally, both Tarantula Wasp and Praying Mantis will be making their way to Missouri.

Once upon a time (last Spring to be exact) I had work hanging at ASU. 408 more words


Olive hairstreak butterfly

During the same September 12th outing along the upper reaches of Bull Creek that brought you the previous picture of prairie agalinis I noticed that some frostweed plants ( 51 more words


Free adrenaline, also known as epinephrine

Adrenaline, also known as epinephrine are released in our bodies when we get scared or frightened.

When frightened, your body floods with the hormone adrenaline. This skyrockets your heart rate and blood pressure. 26 more words

South Africa

Flyday: Common Flesh Fly

During the summer months I photographed a lot! Fellow nature photographers can probably relate ;) While sorting and editing the pictures, I noticed that quite a few of my pictures featured flies. 70 more words

Assistant professor position open at NC State University focusing on wood-destroying insects

The Department of Entomology & Plant Pathology at North Carolina State University invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level. This faculty position is located on the main campus in Raleigh, North Carolina, and has a 70% research and 30% academic appointment. 484 more words


Pod 1 | Entomology … Beetle, Fly & Wasp

POD 1 included gardening work as well as insect entomology. Last week on Wednesday, September 7, I looked at insects under the microscope. The proper settings for the microscope were finally figured out and I was able to see the bugs well then before. 416 more words

POD 1 - Garden Bounty