Tag Archives: Vespidae

Something you don’t see every day

Last week Julia and I conducted a survey for leaf-mining moths at Black Rock Forest in New York’s Hudson Highlands region. I think we identified around 70 species, but as is often the case with fieldwork, some of our most … Continue reading

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Here’s a view of a bald-faced hornet I don’t get to see very often: I took these photos a few minutes ago through the sliding glass door that leads from our kitchen to our deck. When we moved in last … Continue reading

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Monthly Mystery #10: Bees in a Mud Nest

An interesting series of photos was recently moved to BugGuide’s “Frass” section (a place where rejected submissions are held temporarily before being deleted forever), so I thought I would salvage them and post them here so they can continue to … Continue reading

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