There’s a new post up at my travel blog Journey to the Center.
Category Archive for 'Diptera'
Cerastipsocus venosus ~ Bark lice This last few weeks, I’ve been fairly busy photographing insects and trying to deal with all of the camera downloading, image sorting, backing up of drives, etc… that is associated with digital images. I see so many things that I’d like to share, but am never quite sure just how […]
While hiking at the Baxter Conservation Area on Saturday, I photographed these two bee mimic flies (click on all images for larger view). I had hoped to have an ID for the fly in the top image, but so far, I haven’t found anything quite the same. However, I decided to post the photo in […]
Today I’m just going to post a couple of things that may be of interest to some of you. I might have written more today, but I’m feeling a little “talked out” after last night’s slide presentation to the Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club down at the Canadian Museum of Nature. For those who are curious, I […]
I haven’t posted much about insects seen during my recent trip out west, but I’ll eventually get around to that. No doubt, you’ll see more about them when I begin scrounging around looking for things to write about in another few weeks after the snow flies. I do have some insect sightings from the past […]
What do flies and internet connections have in common? You may be thinking, “Absolutely nothing at all.” Well, read on. I’m having a busy week here at the farm, so haven’t been spending as much time as I should doing my daily insects walks. However, I did manage to capture a couple of shots of […]
Today, I’ve got quite a lot on the go, so this will be a shorter post than usual. I’m hoping to spend much of today out photographing insects as the weather seems near perfect *AND* I have the “I and the Bird” carnival to put together so that it can appear *here* tomorrow! (Yikes!! I […]