Category Archives: Blog Link

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Odds and Ends

I’m back after a long absence from this blog. Besides the usual dealing-with-life issues,  I simply have not managed to get out into the field as much as I would like. During the times when […]

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Linkfest – A World Guide to Macro Photography

  Some of the best macro photographers in the world take the time to share their equipment choices and the techniques they use. I’ve attempted to gather some of these informational posts in the links […]

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Red-belted bumblebee, Bombus rufocinctus.

  I’ve been neglecting the blog lately as I prepare for two speaking engagements and some new workshops, so when I find time to spare, I work through images from the past. I am hoping […]

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Berry Go Round in August.

Welcome to the August 2014 edition of Berry Go Round! You may well ask, ” Why is a bug-biased macro photography blog hosting a botanical blog carnival?” (Say that quickly 5 times!) While my interest is bugs, my background […]

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Shout-out for Plant (and Bug!) links for Berry Go Round!

I’ll be hosting the August 2014 edition of  Berry Go Round, the plant-science blog carnival! Can bug and plant bloggers rise to the occasion and submit links to posts on the theme of Plant and Bug Interactions? The […]

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Ed Yong on suicidal crickets, zombie roaches and other parasites

An excellent presentation on mind control by parasites, a TedTalk by Ed Yong of the blog Not exactly Rocket Science: Related articles In case you missed it: Day 4 of TED2014

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Bugs with Coffee

◊ Sprechen sie Deutsch? Visit “Porträt: Ein Meister der Makrofotografie” It’s an interview with the photographer Nicky Bay from Singapore, and he blogs at Macro Photography in Singapore. ◊ Like beetles much? Click the image from the […]

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Pavel Krásenský Photographs Mating Strepsiptera

This is one of an amazing sequence photographed by Pavel Krásensky … Strepsiptera or Twisted-wing parasites are a bizarre internal parasites of bees and wasps. Their life-cycle begins similar to the oil beetles (Meloidae). From NC State […]

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