Tag Archives: Himatolabus pubescens

Origami Weevils

I always get excited when I encounter the work of leaf-rolling weevils (Attelabidae), even though they are by no means uncommon. I just find it fascinating that these insects have learned to fold leaves into neat little cylindrical packets for … Continue reading

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Monthly Mystery #2: Oak Skeletonizers

Well, a month has passed, and so far the only suggestion I’ve received about those pine needle bananas is that they might go well¬†with lemon juice and cocktail sauce. ¬†This month’s mystery begins with a photo taken earlier the same … Continue reading

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