Monthly Archives: May 2013
It’s quite nice when a project you think is important gets good press coverage (see SFBT, Wired, Notes from Nature & Calbug), but be ready for others to reinterpret facts for you. Here I just want to clarify that Charles … Continue reading
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Why yes it is a stylized cybernetic third instar Pterostichus larva stepping across a rip in space to snatch a supernova from the middle of a star life cycle. Thanks for noticing. It may seem to be mere vainglory, but … Continue reading
I had my first official out of town carabidologist visit the collection in the newly acquired space I have dubbed the “Beetle Bunker”. Visiting was Roman Dudko from Institute of Systematics and Ecology of Animals SB RAS. Roman works mostly … Continue reading
By Kip Will (Associate Professor, UCB) and Joo Hee Park (Undergraduate working on CalBug) BACKGROUND: The CalBug images you see on Notes from Nature include the preserved insect specimen with its collection event data. Although the focus of most … Continue reading