Tag Archives: Pinus

Pine Needle¬†Bananas¬†– Mystery Solved!

Nine years ago this month, I published the first in a series of “monthly mystery” posts in which I wrote about nagging natural history mysteries with the hope that someone out there might have some answers, or at least suggest … Continue reading

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Larvae Raining From Pine Trees

One afternoon last week I came home from work, and when I got out of the car I found it had already accumulated a large number of wriggling white larvae, which were dropping onto it from the white pine tree … Continue reading

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Monthly Mystery #1: Pine Needle Bananas

I’m continually impressed by the collective knowledge of the readers of this blog–identifying mystery plants, recognizing the face of a walkingstick nymph, and so on. So I’ve decided to start a monthly feature wherein I post a nagging natural history … Continue reading

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