Just wanted to share some cool things I found recently!
Amazonian ants apparently adore Tetris – ’tis a tee from Threadless Tees.
NPR has a short episode with guest comments by the inimitable entolomogist and highly entertaining author, May Berenbaum,
There has been a worldwide proliferation of urinal flies, observed May Berenbaum, head of the department of entomology at the University of Illinois in her new book The Earwig’s Tail.
You can listen to the episode and/or read the transcript, “There’s A Fly In My Urinal”.
Jessica (the painter) and James (the author) of Project InSECT have a couple of books out, How Mildred Became Famous (book I and book II). Mildred is a mantis, and one of the many gorgeous, large paintings that Jessica has done.
GARDENING / NATURE
A brief video: One year in 40 seconds. Eirik Solheim’s gorgeous time-lapse of Norweigian woods. Suitably short for the ADHD brain or a coffee break. (Alas, I’ve tried several ways to get this URL embedded so it will display from this post, but WordPress is being funky. So you’ll just have to copy-paste it to get to the YouTube page directly.)
and of course, a bit of geeky