Mary's Monday Metazoan: Evil Rising

We've had a very wet summer so far here in the upper Midwest -- the potholes are full of water, our backyard is sodden, the plants are thriving, but that also means that this plague is drifting in vast clouds everywhere.

The horror. The horror.

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Evil?

who can really say

but if one group of people evolves to be able to own the tropics and then the whole world becomes tropical

who wins and why?

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By The Peak Oil Poet (not verified) on 30 Jun 2014 #permalink

Alex captures some wonderful images!

but if one group of people evolves to be able to own the tropics and then the whole world becomes tropical

Mmmmm, poetry!

Great photo, but what's the species?