Tag Archives: Entomology

Strange Science: Butterflies That Thrive at Military Installations

Scientists have found that once-endangered butterfly species are thriving at military installations, and the explanation behind it is truly unexpected. Historically, these butterflies were present in areas where roaming animals and intentional fires kept the plant life managed in such … Continue reading

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Guts

An account by an unnamed gangbanger, as provided by by Theodore C. Van Alst, Jr. Art provided by Luke Spooner We talked a ton of shit one summer night, when the air outside was soft, and the light was so warm … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Bees and Eclipses

The 2017 North American eclipse was a boon for more than just astronomers interested in studying the eclipse. For entomologists, they took the opportunity to study the behavior of bees during an eclipse, and learned something interesting: when the world … Continue reading

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Machine to Describe a Moth

An essay by Dr. Phillip R. Bates, as provided by J. Lee Strickland Art by Leigh Legler I found the street, although my anxiety about the city would often turn the simplest directions into a trial. It was lined with attached single … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Epic of Centipidus

An essay by Edward Mathis, as provided by Hamilton Perez Art by Leigh Legler You were likely drawn to The Epic of Centipidus by one of two factors. The first is the legend itself: full of mystery, intrigue, adventure, and war, taking … Continue reading

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Anax Britannica

An essay by Dr. Gertrude Nehmeyer, as provided by Simon Kewin Art by Leigh Legler In the summer of 2013, I was researching the history of Britain’s secret services in the Second World War for a magazine article. In particular, … Continue reading

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News of Death

An essay by Edgar, as provided by Nick Nafpliotis Art by Luke Spooner I am eternal. For millions of years, my kind has roamed this earth in both the light of day and the black of night. Through countless wars, droughts, … Continue reading

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Living Blue

An essay by Dr. Carol Arnold, as provided by Dr. J.A. Grier Art by Leigh Legler Recollections on the process of invention, entitled “Living Blue” from the journal of Dr. Carol Arnold, by J. A. Grier # Even over the … Continue reading

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