Alex Wild on insects, science, and photography
Photo Technique: On-Camera Flash Diffusion
Photo Technique: Backlighting
Photo Technique: A Better Backdrop
Photo Technique: Working With Ants
Photo Technique: Post-Processing
How to Photograph Army Ants
Review: The Canon MP-E 65mm 1-5x Macro Lens
The Poor Man’s Macro: Extension Tubes
Is iStockphoto Ruining the Insect Photography Business?
The Digital Revolution and the Mainstreaming of Arthropods
Adapting the iPhone for Insect Photography
A Guide to the Insect Field Guides of North America
A Guide to Common Ants of the Amazon Rainforest
How to Identify the Argentine Ant, Linepithema humile
How to Identify Queen Ants
Urban Ants of the Midwestern United States
The Evolution of Ant Agriculture
Rover Ants, Brachymyrmex patagonicus, an Emerging Pest Species
Eureka! An Astonishing New Ant!
Army Ants of the North
A personal blog by Illinois-based biologist and photographer Alex Wild.
Myrmecos- derived from the ancient greek word for "ant"- hosts Alex's musings about these and other little creatures that share our planet.
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