Here’s where you can find all my past blog posts, in order of most recent to earliest. Enjoy!
Jesus > all the madness.
This is less of an informational post about stink bugs and more of a rant where I complain about a stink bug not eating the orange slices I tried to feed it.
I feel like I shouldn’t have to explain this, but camel spiders don’t scream, they don’t eat camels, and they’re not the size of footballs.
Carpet beetles do actually eat carpets. I mean, their larvae do while the adults are busy eating your cheerios, but it counts.
The ArthroBlogger is slowly learning her butterflies. My New Year’s resolution is to get ten species memorized. Maybe fifteen. We’ll see what happens.
Dinosaurs still roam the earth… but as bugs, not birds.
Since my last top ten list was about ocean lobsters, I figured it only made sense to make the next one about desert lobsters (yes I know scorpions are arachnids, it’s called being funny)
It’s just not Valentine’s Day without cheesy love poems.
Today, we’re pitting the most popular butterflies I know against each other in another “versus” post. And by most popular, I mean the only butterflies whose names I knew before today.
If you guessed that these guys are neither moths nor flies, you are correct.