#589 Damsels and Dragons

We sit down for a whirlwind tour of the entomological world of dragonflies and damselflies with Evolutionary Biologist Dr Jessica Ware, Assistant Curator of Invertebrate Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History. We get a crash-course in what makes these insects unique, how they fly, their life-cycles, and theories for how they got so colourful. And we talk about the importance of diversity in science and entomology, and how EntoPOC helps by providing POC…

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Bat-Winged Trilobite Tattoo

I get so thrilled whenever someone gets a tattoo of my work. In 2019, I participated in Inktober, and used the daily drawing exercise to finally put down some ideas I had for a Field Guide to Flying Trilobites, which ultimately one day I’d like to see published as a book. This Paralejerus artibus, bat-winged trilobite is one of my favourites, and I’ve already completed a painted version. Jeff, or @jeff.rips on IG and @Jeffoglyph…

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