Alex Wild on insects, science, and photography
At my current rate of once-a-week Beetle Blogging, I’ll need 10,000 years to cover every living species.
Wish me luck.
Posted in: beetles, Insect Links, Photography Links, Taxonomy.
Tagged: beetles · entomology · macro · Nature
Friday Ark #176
We’ll post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and….? Visit all the …
Hummmmm. I’m not sure if you and I will be around for another 10,000 years. Perhaps you should consider twice per week beetle posts and cut it down to 5,000.
Nice shot of the scarab.
That’s one way to defer death.
10,000 years? I don’t think I’m going to last that long!
Carnivals from Last Week
Last week I was too busy to post links to my favorite blog carnivals, so I’ll just do it now
[...] while back I noted that, at a rate of one beetle per week, I’d need about 10,000 years to get through all the described species. Since I made that comment we’re getting closer to [...]
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