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The Red Admiral and the Mexican Bluewing

Walking by a tree in the Rio Grande Valley, my eye is attracted to a two foot long stick with a moving surface.  Going closer I see many insects crawling over a gloppy brown mound. 357 more words

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How do oceans determine regional climatic conditions? Part I- Effect

This post is part of a series of posts written by Priyadarshan Pandey. 

Welcome back, watermen (no?)!

So, in the last couple of posts we talked about the reason for my importance, my structure on an atomic level and the properties it generates, and my role in sustaining life on earth. 636 more words

Environment

Mexican Bluewing

We went out to Estero Llano to see the Mexican Bluewing and got caught in thunder, lightning and RAIN ! It was very exhilarating. There we encountered the Mexican Bluewing butterfly. 81 more words

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About Water, and its place in the Universe

This is the second post in the water series, written by Priyadarshan Pandey.

The first post of the series- click here.

If you’re anything like me, you love the universe and are fascinated by its size and lore. 1,052 more words

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Adorabilis is the Name, Cuteness is my Game

(Sorry I missed another Sunday post, as well as a Wednesday post. I was on break and I forgot to queue them, so I just decided to post them today!) 226 more words

2017

Guatemalan Cracker Butterfly

A sweaty-humid day and we seek the shelter of some towering oak trees. Whew!  It’s hot. Then I hear a cracking sound and am instantly alert … is a branch of the tree going to fall on my head? 206 more words

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