Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

False Crocus Geometer

False Crocus Geometer Moth, Xanthotype urticaria.
Photographed at my farm in eastern Ontario

Image: Bev Wigney.

I am receiving so many gorgeous images from you, dear readers, that I am overwhelmed by the beauty of the images and the creatures and places in those images. If you have a high-resolution digitized nature image (I prefer JPG format) that you’d like to share with your fellow readers, feel free to email it to me, along with information about the image and how you’d like it to be credited.



  1. #1 Bob O'H
    November 27, 2006

    Gah, I only ever see the boring brown ones. 🙁

    There are a bunch of other pictures of moths at UK moths (and elsewhere, no doubt). The names are really wacky as well: the Setaceous Hebrew Character?!


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