Tag: links

Updates from the Bug House

Some quick updates: I am moving! I’m moving back to the Midwest the first week of May, so will be out of touch for most of that week. I have a contract to do some […]

Caught in the Bug Net: 1.31.10

Things are rather dramatic* in my life right now, so how about a little linkage? You know how I love Taxonomy FAIL, and Roberto finds a doosy: Exxon Photoshoppage Fail Spiders weave a giant tapestry! […]

Caught in the Bug Net: 5.27.09

Speciation via waterbug predation? (Not Rocket Science) “Bugging” museum specimens with insects (how dermestid beetles clean bones, from the Smithsonian) Ugly Overload has a lot of invert related posts: Camel Spiders, Wolf Spiders, and Mantids–oh […]

Share the love day

So, Blogroll Amnesty Day was February 3rd, and in proper Bug Blog tradition, I missed it.  B.A.D. is a day “to salute all of the great smaller blogs that don’t get the recognition they deserve.” […]

Collected in the Bug Net: 1.25.08

An incredibly cool use of Google earth: mapping ant colonies. The narration is a bit florid, but the video is really neat: excavation of an ant colony. The NCSU Insect Museum has a blog! (And […]