Arizona 2011

I spent a bit over a week at the Southwestern Research Station (SWRS) in Portal, Arizona. The station is run by the American Museum of Natural History. I was participating in the Lepidoptera Course, studying moths and butterflies and caterpillars with some of the best researchers in the field. It was an amazing opportunity, and I learned so much!

Be sure to check out my flickr gallery, and related blog posts linked below.

Arizona 2011

Blog Posts

Arizona

Birthday Caterpillar Fun

Back from Arizona

Vinegaroon time

The Southwestern Research Station

A visitor to the research station

Angry moth

Caterpillars of the desert

Mate guarding

Caterpillar hunting

At the light

Just because it’s cute

Bagworm

What do you do with caterpillars, anyway?

Genitalic dissections

Antlion says hi

Burnt

Moth sorting

Moth crafting

Arizona sky

Eumorpha typhon


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