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Bees and Baptisia

Another reliable plant in our front garden is the perennial Blue False Indigo, Baptisia australis, a member of the family¬†Fabaceae (legumes) that contains other garden plants such as beans, sweet peas, lupines and the shrubby […]

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An Emerald Moth Looper

This looper, probably Synchlora aerata, the  caterpillar of the Wavy-lined Emerald, was found at Dinosaur Provincial Park on 30 May, 2012. I first noticed it because it was shaking “in the wind”. The only problem was, […]

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