Tag Archives: Liliaceae

Introducing Phytosciara greylockensis

You know I’ve been way too busy when I let weeks go by without celebrating the publication of a new species description in a BugTracks post. Julia and I spent much of July exploring Michigan and Ontario (including visiting the … Continue reading

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New Zealand Zigzag

Since I started paying attention to invertebrate tracks and signs, I have become especially interested in leaf mines.  A leaf mine is the trail left by an insect larva–it could be a moth, fly, beetle, or sawfly–feeding between the epidermal … Continue reading

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