Tag Archives: Annette F. Braun

Adventures in Taxonomy

Apparently today is “Taxonomist Appreciation Day,” so I suppose it’s an appropriate time to write a little something about my latest paper, which I discovered had been published right after I clicked “publish” on my previous blog post. I never … Continue reading

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A Serendipitous Discovery

This spring, as I was exploring the woods of Nashville, Tennessee amid the overbearing din of periodical cicadas (the thirteen-year varieties), I found some striking caterpillars feeding under webbing on a plant that was new to me, but seemed vaguely … Continue reading

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Annette F. Braun

When I was researching leaf-mining moths for Tracks & Sign of Insects, I kept coming across the name Braun, an author of comprehensive works on various groups of Microlepidoptera: “Revision of the North American Species of the Genus Lithocolletis¬†H√ľbner” (1908); … Continue reading

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