Pyractomena borealis (Lampyridae) exploring the surface of trees on a warm winter day in February. The third photograph shows how they can retract their head under the carapace like a turtle. At first I thought they might be foraging — they are … Continue reading
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Some spooky photographs of Swarthmore College.
I took this photograph on January 31st while wearing a t-shirt. I like flowers and insects and warm weather, but I sure miss the discrete seasonality of my youth. Winter aconite (Eranthis hyemalis), growing in the Crum Woods, Swarthmore College, … Continue reading