Actual work

My schedule this semester actually allows me to spend long chunks of time looking at caterpillars. Finally! It’s really difficult for me to work on my morphological datasets in small bits of time (like one hour between classes/seminars). But three to five hours at a time with no interruption… glorious.

lab desk

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Posted on January 31, 2013, in Acronictinae, Invertebrates, Lepidoptera, Noctuidae. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Now I know what you really do at UConn.

  2. I know what you are talking about!! I have to look at my snails regularly, I lose the track of all the structures otherwise. It can get pretty complicated, good luck!
    But five hours at once – wow!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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