Tag Archives: Ceutorhynchinae

Virginia Creeper Weevils, Revisited

You may recall that last year I wrote about an interesting weevil I found one day while at work in some horrible swamp in southeastern Massachusetts. Or rather, what I found were pairs of mysterious yellow larvae mining side by … Continue reading

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Virginia Creeper Miners

A year ago today, I was finishing up several weeks of fighting my way through horrible thickets of sweet pepperbush and greenbrier in southeastern Massachusetts, where I was visiting pre-established plots to identify plants for the UMass CAPS project. I … Continue reading

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Enchanter’s Nightshade Bugs

I should probably begin this post by introducing you to the featured plant, with which I think few people are familiar, despite its being right up there with bastard toadflax and mad-dog skullcap among the plants with the best common … Continue reading

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