Category Archives: Interesting read

New publication on the impact of coffee management practices (shade/sun) on floral traits!

A couple of months ago, I published my second dissertation chapter. Thank goodness it was almost completely ready for submission before I graduated…It’s no joke when your advisers suggest you publish before you move onto your next job! Take a … Continue reading

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Worth a listen

Laurence Packer, a professor at York University, whom I met during the Bee Course in 2013 was interviewed on Fresh Air. He talks about the importance of bees, why domesticate honeybees are threatened and also about how you can help … Continue reading

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Moss Experiment

So this post is going to be a little bit out of the ordinary since I’m not going to talk about insects. I hope I don’t lose any fans over this 🙂 I live in Raleigh, North Carolina, in an … Continue reading

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Check out my ant page

Back in 2009, I was a resident naturalist at a lodge called Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica. There, I was able to observe many of the fascinating ant species found around the lodge. My responsibilities there included locating ‘good’ ants (i.e. ants … Continue reading

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