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Morgan Jackson
PhD candidate , fascinated by flies (), biodiversity & taxonomy. Co-host of . Telling the story of biodiversity, one species at a time.
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Twitter Canada Jun 27
For , is shining a spotlight on amazing Canadians doing amazing things on Twitter 🇨🇦
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Peter Coffey Jun 27
I reared this cute little parisitoid wasp from a mummified aphid I found in my high tunnel. Posing next to a bobby pin.
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Sylvie G-Tsodikova 21h
Great article about blogging for anyone interested in and !
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Morgan Jackson Jun 27
Well then, that's a pretty neat list to be included in! Thanks !
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Zeb Jun 27
(: : sp. or close) beautiful and very accurate flyer 🇰🇪
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Morgan Jackson Jun 26
Super excited for the channel and love the 1st episode, but just FYI, the "pillbug" that was shown is actually a millipede
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Morgan Jackson Jun 26
I thought this was about 's longhorns and I was like "True", but then realized it was about Pawpaws and was like "Still True"
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Torsten Dikow Jun 26
Chief Curator of Arthropoda position at open - largest Afrotropical Diptera coll - - deadline 14 July
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Morgan Jackson Jun 26
Same, took me awhile, but it's the Red-headed Ash Borer, acuminatus –
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Biotweeps May 21
[Admin] Don't forget that the first Biotweeps conference is approaching, on June 28-30. Be sure to follow
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Ainsley S Jun 25
Also, we photographed this bad boy in a watchglass and it made a cool sort of Neuropteran Secret Society sigil:
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Morgan Jackson Jun 26
This dolichopodid has style(s).
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Morgan Jackson Jun 26
At risk of ruining my Brand™, this Sparganothis Fruitworm moth ( sulfureana) is pretty cool, at least as far as moths go.
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Morgan Jackson Jun 26
Find yourself someone who appreciates you like appreciates pawpaw trees
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Rob Cannings Jun 26
A favourite fly, an Ochthera shore fly, is dancing on my water lily leaves today. They look like little mantids -- deadly to midges!
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Sean McCann Jun 26
Behold the cutest wing-tuck you have ever seen! (that inflorescence is not huge, the bee is just tiny!)
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Sean McCann Jun 26
I found one! Maybe the awesome-est and tiniest nomad bee I have ever seen. Holcopasites calliopsidis found at for
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Morgan Jackson Jun 25
It's a species of deer fly. There's a key here you can try to identify it with, but might be tough –
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Morgan Jackson Jun 25
Replying to @Gnarly_Larvae
Awesome! Congratulations, and best boutonniere!
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David Hayes Jun 25
I mainly use Twitter for the science. Here's the boutonnière from my wedding this weekend. The Armored Rocksnail (Lithasia armigera).
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