Tag Archives: Video

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Zephyrs in the Park II

At last, the second part of the Zephyrs in the Park series, showing condensed video of the behaviour of the sweat bee, Lasioglossum zephyrum at the nest entrances. Part one can be seen here. I will […]

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Zephyrs in the Park

I spent part of my summer in Goldbar Park in Edmonton, standing at the face of a tall earthen bank, photographing and video recording the life of the many insects that made their appearance there. […]

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Milking the Cutworm – Final Video.

No Week on Sunday tomorrow, just this video to end the saga of the poor cutworm that I have been exploiting over several blog posts. If you don’t like the video, you can still dance […]

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Jumping Spider Melodies — Dr. Wayne Maddison

Well, it is finally here. In November of  2012, the Joint Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of Alberta kicked off with a great plenary symposium on Arthropod Biodiversity. […]

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Spring Dreaming

Still battling inertia in 2013… Like others I am going through a bout of the doldrums now. While I always look forward to winter to catch up with the many tasks I ignore in the warmer months, […]

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Caught by Google Street View

I zoomed in on Google Maps this morning, impressed by how the quality of the images have improved for our neighbourhood. I decided to check the street view. I then ‘strolled’ down our street, and […]

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Video: The White Studio

This is a variation of Alex Wild’s ghetto toilet-paper box… (Best viewed in HD) [embedplusvideo height=”400″ width=”600″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/I10duUoWW_U?fs=1″ vars=”ytid=I10duUoWW_U&width=600&height=400&start=&stop=&hd=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep1343″ /] The white studio is a simple device to help photographers obtain glare-free shots of […]

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