Category: Nature notes
Order, order! Insect diversity.
Spiders and mites on gorse
Polymorphic mating in bumblebee hoverflies
Coitus interruptus or coitus disturbus?!
Something blue – butterfly wings
Chasing leopards by the falls!
A trick of the tail!
Stabilmenta: spider’s web decorations
Pretty little Anthomyiid flies
Reviewing fascinating science books since 2017
Updates on pollinators and pollinator projects from around Scotland
Blog and online journal with editorial content about science, art and nature.
Two nature nerds on Rathlin Island
Enjoying Books and Photos
Official blog of Functional Ecology, a British Ecological Society journal
Exploring the natural world around us
Anita Loughrey's blog. This is my journal about my experiences and thoughts on writing. As well as news about me and my books, it includes writing tips, book reviews, author interviews and blog tours. For more information about me and my books see my website: www.anitaloughrey.com. Follow me on Twitter @amloughrey, Facebook @anitaloughrey.author and on Instagram @anitaloughrey
Art, Conservation, and the Bewildering Beauty of Nature
Malaysian birding - always asking, always learning.
For every paper published in Functional Ecology, the authors write a plain language or lay summary, which explains the research (and its importance) in a generally accessible way
'It takes a whole universe to make the one small black bird'
From buds to claws
Meeting people and wildlife during travelling adventures around the world.
Insects and insect-related events in the Manchester Museum
Be Kind to Our Last Earth
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