I may as well face the truth. Just speak up and admit it; I'm addicted. Addicted to the squirmy, crawly, squishy, tentacled, shelled, chitined, variously-limbed, multi-hued majority of animals on this space pebble of ours. The spineless, in other words.
I’d never heard of this species before this paper (not surprising, because they are an Asian species), but now I’d like to see them.Careful, Zen; next thing you know, you'll be down in the mud with the rest of us.
... Freud found that research didn’t pay enough for him to get married...Since when was money a deciding factor? He must not have been a True Addict.
I'm glad that's settled, because I found a few recent photos that you'll want to see:
- From the Georgia Depressionist, currently in Taiwan, a common flangetail and a red-bellied skimmer.
- A wonderful snail, eating an appple. Flickr photo by Cy Savino.
- In Macroinstantes, a blog from Spain, an interesting fly. Great wings!
- And, because it just wouldn't do to have the CotS without at least one spider, here's Cascade Exposures.