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Silk on Stink Bug Eggs

Last week I got an email from a reader named Kelly in Brazil, asking if I could help unravel the mystery of these stink bug eggs (Pentatomidae) covered with silk: I was at a loss, and simply responded: “Interesting find… I’m … Continue reading

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Nantucket Moths

As you have probably guessed, my lack of posts lately has been due not to my having run out of things to write about (I don’t think this could ever happen to someone who spends any time observing insects), but … Continue reading

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Monthly Mystery #8: Eggs Under Water Lilies

At this time of year, there is a seemingly endless variety of mysterious eggs to be found all over the landscape.  In browsing through my folders of unidentified invertebrate signs just now, I came across photos of two different types … Continue reading

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