Tag Archives: Pine


Playing in the Sand

I took a day-trip to the Halfmoon Lake Natural Area last week, a lovely bright sky day without too much heat. The early and coolest part of the walk was not great for bug photography, […]

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Bugs with Coffee

Photography Bug photographers don’t have to put up with this… Expand your macro world…photographing snowflakes on the cheap. Bug Science Chris Buddle and Expiscor now up at SciBlogs! Check it out. Synthetic pheromone helps scientists […]

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Can egg-laying sawflies stimulate self-defense in a tree?

Blogging recent research: The Scots pine¬†(Pinus sylvestris) is a well-known hardy coniferous tree often used in the landscape by designers and gardeners. It originates in Eurasia, and in northern Europe, it is the only native […]

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