Alex Wild on insects, science, and photography
Corrie Moreau and Brian Fisher demonstrate the Winkler ant-collecting method. Kibale Forest, Uganda.
Hey guys! I’m in an African forest! With monkeys! And myrmecologists!
And, oddly, a field modem!
So we’re blogging the Ant Course as it happens. Follow the action over at Ant Web’s Ant Blog.
Posted in: Ant Course.
So glad to hear everyone is well!
Fantastic Alex! Keep up your great work and let us hear about it through your blog.
Wow, Corrie looks so bad ass with her tats!
I was thinking how bad ass that Tetramorium picture from Kibale, over at the Ant Web blog, looks.
I’m tantalized and eagerly awaiting more. . .
The internet here has proved to be quite a bit slower than we thought. Thus, updates are slower than we’d like
Still, lovely to have them!
I’m terribly happy to see my friend Eunice smiling away in that photo of yours, Alex! (:
Thank you for the update!
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A personal blog by Illinois-based biologist and photographer Alex Wild.
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