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Envisioning a Biological Collections Action Center

Fri, 01/27/2023 - 12:11pm -- jvgoodwin

Numerous US Collection Partners (see list of organizers below) are organizing a series of webinars and workshops focused on Envisioning a Biological Collections Action Center as proposed in the recent NASEM report and authorized by the CHIPS and Science Act.

WeDigBio Spring 2022 Event is Around the Corner!

Thu, 03/17/2022 - 8:48am -- maphillips

 

Three ways to introduce your biodiversity collections to the world during April’s WeDigBio event (Thursday–Sunday, April 7–10, 2022) and the broader Citizen Science Month!  

Let us know your plans by Wednesday, March 23, so that your activities can appear on the calendar and we have enough time to get the WeDigBio stickers and tattoos to you for your participants.

Biodiversity Spotlight: November 2021

Thu, 11/04/2021 - 9:47am -- maphillips

 

Contributed by Molly Phillips 


Photo by Cletus Lee

The end of 2021 is now on the horizon but, if you are like me, your schedule is as busy as ever! I have been thinking about how nice it would be to roll into a ball and block out the world for a little while, which made me think of the marvelous pillbug.  

Biodiversity Spotlight: September 2021

Fri, 09/03/2021 - 10:50am -- maphillips

 

Dead Leaf Butterfly! (Kallima inachus)

Contributed by: Lauren Bradley

Autumn is right around the corner, and what a beautiful season it is! Here in Florida, we see the occasional red or yellow leaf during the autumn months, but really, all we can hope for is some cooler weather, and even that isn’t guaranteed. The Kallima inachus seems to agree with us humans in admiring the beauty of autumn, as they have evolved to imitate dead leaves! (Thus giving them their common name, the dead leaf butterfly). 

Research Spotlight: July 2021

Thu, 07/08/2021 - 1:47pm -- maphillips

 

Assessment of the pinned specimen digitization progress of the University of Alaska Museum Insect Collection

Ashley L. Smith, Derek S. Sikes, Taylor L. Kane, Adam Haberski, Jayce B. Williamson, Renee K. Nowicki, Michael J. Apperson

University of Alaska Museum, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA

This article was originally published in the Alaska Entomological Society Newsletter AKES_newsletter_2021_n1_a01.pdf (akentsoc.org)

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