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Another Day, Another New Species

Five years ago this month, Julia and I were nearing the end of our first (and longest) trip around the US in search of leafminers. Walking up a desert wash near Tucson, Arizona, we encountered a leguminous shrub that was … Continue reading

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Moths from a Desert Legume

Okay, it looks like the identity of the cherry-ish plant from the northwestern US in my last post is going to remain a mystery, but maybe this plant from the desert Southwest will fare better? ┬áThis leguminous shrub (Fabaceae) was … Continue reading

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