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Climate March

Just a quick note about the Climate March on Sept. 21st in NYC- I attended and it was a great experience. Here are a few accounts from some Switzer Fellows, including me!: http://switzernetwork.org/fellows-news/fellows-nyc-peoples-climate-march

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The best part of waking up? No beetles in your cup.

While you enjoy your cup of coffee this morning, take a moment between sips to thank the birds and the ants that made it beetle-free. You might wonder why I, a self proclaimed beetle lover, want a beetle-free anything ? … Continue reading

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My entire species is defined by me!

Here is your last (probably…) holiday video! This one is a great video explaining what a type specimen is, in song nonetheless! Enjoy!

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Life in Dead Wood

One of the Postdoctoral proposals I’m writing is all about dead wood- and the beetles that depend on it. On my trip to Costa Rica, I learn SO much about beetles (check out my posts about beetles living with termites, … Continue reading

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Beautiful video of the internal anatomy of a beetle

Micro-CT anatomical study of the female of an aquatic beetle

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