How about something pretty to cheer everyone up? This Cinnabar moth has amazing scarlet underwing coloration, and is in the family Arctiidae, the virgin tiger moths. It is mostly found in England and Wales. Thanks to Nutmeg66 for […]
A brief plug for something that sounds cool and wonderful: Several of the big names in insect and spider macrophotography are offering to take you on a weekend nature hike and teach you all the […]
Take my insects–Please!
Ok, so as a followup on the whole copyright/flamewar/widget fiasco, I have created a new group on Flickr. It’s called: Take my Insects! Please! I invite everyone to add photos they would like highlighted on […]
Photos, Flames, and Copyright
I got to start my Sunday morning with a really angry email: Hey Bug Girl, practice what you preach! [reference to my Digital Millennia Copyright Act notice on the sidebar]……I stumbled upon this text by […]
To start the new year right, how about a fabulously beautiful cicada? This photo is from Michael Jefferies. Thank you, and thank you to all the other Flicker folks for sharing their beautiful work.
Shiny!! Bugs!! Friday!! What could be better? Thanks so much to Andy Burton, who let me use his photo of a Harlequin Bug family, Tectocoris diopthalamus.
ScienceBlogs gets with the (insect) program
Hey! Welcome to the newest ScienceBlogger, Photo-Synthesis! Look familiar? It’s actually Alex from Myrmecos! Congrats Alex!
NC Insect Photo contest award winners
Oh, some very cool entries in the North Carolina Entomological Society photo contest! Check out their Picasa Album. Many lovely photos. I chose this one simply because this is one of my favorite families: Chrysididae, […]
Pretty Picture Tuesday: Gulf Fritillary
Busy now, but lots of good stuff for later. How about a lovely photo from NashSnazzy? Definately check out the full size version!