A Bug’s Life

Common Green Shieldbugs are (as the name suggests) quite common where I live. If you met a brand new one and an adult you’d be forgiven for thinking they were different kinds of bugs. They change a lot as they grow. They have multiple moults where they shed their exoskeleton to reveal the next stageContinue reading “A Bug’s Life”

Curves and Frills

I was considering what I might post on the topic of curves for the Lens-Artists Challenge #28 and thought about some curvy frilly fungi I saw growing on a tree back in the autumn. Being me, I had to figure out what kind of fungus it was before I could blog about it! It has takenContinue reading “Curves and Frills”

On being a biology nerd

Over the last week or two I have been indulging my inner biology nerd, by categorising and identifying many of my photographs of plants and animals. It gives me a lot of pleasure to identify something and find its Latin name and learn for the future to recognise it again. I can spend hours tryingContinue reading “On being a biology nerd”