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Horse Balm Bugs

Back in September, Noah asked me if I had any interest in some galls he’d found on horse balm (Collinsonia canadensis), a native woodland mint that looks like this: He¬†described them as “like giant butterfly eggs,” and the photo he … Continue reading

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