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Big, Beautiful Parasitoids

As illustrated by my last post, I’ve resumed working my way through sorting my old photos and have now made it up to this past April.  On April 18, a wasp emerged from a small “oak apple” gall I had … Continue reading

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First parasitoid of spring

Since the beginning of March, the signs of spring have been trickling in: arrival of turkey vultures and red-winged blackbirds; migration of blue-spotted salamanders on the first rainy night; skunk cabbage blooming; various insects and spiders becoming active again.  This … Continue reading

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