Monthly Archives: September 2015

Look, something shiny!

They say when it rains it pours- and it has been pouring cool beetles for me this month. I am someone who is instinctively attracted to iridescent things, and the iridescent exoskeletons of many insects, such as Buprestid beetles and … Continue reading

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Going Native

I am almost ashamed to admit that the first wild crayfish I photographed in the southeast came over a year after moving to Louisiana. Despite the fact that I was in possession of Jerry Walls’ excellent book, I never got … Continue reading

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