Insect diversity @ McGill
Stories about our collection of three million unique little volumes of biodiversity, the people who build and use it, and the research we do. And the odd rumination upon the nature of science and scientists.
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
It’s an exciting time of year for the field entomologists of the temperate north. The snow has finally left southern Quebec and nature is getting up to speed for spring. Along with the more obvious signs of spring that most people … Continue reading