Lep Soc 2011

I’m at the Annual Meeting of the Lepidopterist’s Society at Yale for the second day of talks, it’s been fun so far! A little drowsy from pain meds for my wrist, but I’ve been having a blast meeting and mingling with so many great scientific minds. Skipped the blacklighting trip yesterday because of the weather (rainy), but I got two Acronicta ovata at my own blacklight last night, a new species for me – and one is a female, so I’m hoping I can get eggs out of her.

Should be another great day of learning and inspiration, I can’t wait til I have enough material for my own talk next year!

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Posted on June 25, 2011, in Invertebrates, Lepidoptera, Update. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’m jealous. You’re living my dream.
    Those “Far Side” entomologists must be a riot.
    NZ

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