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Mating Long-lipped Tiger Beetles

Photographing Long-lipped Tiger Beetles (Cicindela longilabris) at Halfmoon Lake Natural Area is now an annual event. On this occasion, (29 May 2017) the only difference is that I managed to record video of two pairs. The […]

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Neighbourhoods for Bugs

Why are bio-diverse gardens important? Take a look at this interesting/odd video from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). Narrated and animated by Daniel Tal, with advice from Ann English (Rainscapes Coordinator, Maryland Dept. […]

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Runner on the Sand

When walking along the sandy tracks in the Opal Natural Area, my eyes are usually scanning the ground on the lookout for the many bugs that favor this habitat. Tiger beetles, spider hunting wasps, and […]

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Beetle Poop Matters

[embedplusvideo height=”400″ width=”600″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/0U2KxpQQcww?fs=1&hd=1″ vars=”ytid=0U2KxpQQcww&width=600&height=400&start=&stop=&hd=1&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep4423″ /] Related articles A Modest Model for Mimicry (beetlesinthebush.wordpress.com)

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