Monthly Archives: May 2016

No, Not Leafcutter Bees

Okay, there have been six votes for leafcutter bees being the culprit for yesterday’s mystery sign. Dave Almquist was the only one to qualify his guess: “They look almost like partial cuts from leafcutter bees, assuming that the leaves are … Continue reading

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Curious Leaf Cuts

A week ago today, I stopped by the Montague Plains Wildlife Management Area on my way home from a meeting. Gray birch and various oaks are abundant there, so I thought I’d look around for leaf mines of eriocraniid moths … Continue reading

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Bug Rearing 101

[Note: I have made a duplicate of this page here┬áthat I will update as needed, and I’m going to leave this one as is, so you might as well just ignore this post and go to the newer version.] Well, … Continue reading

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