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Lydia Cox 1h
Long time no tweet. Nice to be back in the lab today id-ing flea beetles and practicing carding, trying to get quicker!
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summer 🌻 7h
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Christopher E. Smith 2h
Reduced pattern bronzed tiger beetle (Cicindela repanda).
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Dakota 4h
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Tory Shaheen 21h
Wait for it 😂 Munch munch munch munch munch
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@Boulder_Books 10h
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Dawn Morgan 5h
Wow! Steps taken at open day today! Had some good conversations and even managed to talk about 😊
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Kelsey Fisher May 27
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Ashley Kennedy🔬🐛🐦 Apr 21
One thing I can't wait to do (but will have to wait until after my PhD) is to write a book about unsung heroes in medical . Everyone I've told about this has laughed & joked about how it won't exactly fly off the shelves. Will someone PLEASE promise to buy it someday?
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Martin Matin Jun 14
What is this little chappie?
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Aaron Cato 21h
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Jeffrey Heilveil 6h
New collection method for Thrips?? Dissection of Caterpillar digestive tract.
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fruit flies like a banana 🍌 May 27
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Sarah Hardy Apr 25
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HereBeSpiders11 May 29
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The Curiosity Magpie Apr 30
Make you Tuesday sunny shiny with a picture of bee bums.
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Manuel Marquerie Córdoba Jun 14
Yesterday we had a field trip! In search of Tortricidae in Fontegreca!
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swathi H A 2h
Robber fly Asilidae Aka assassin fly. Ps: they don't harm humans! #nature#conservationindia
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Carolyn Trietsch May 6
I'm in the process of returning specimens from over 20 different collections! Here are some lessons I've learned from managing all these loans.
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Rebecca's Butterfly Farm Jun 10
An Elephant Hawkmoth that I found as a in my & looked after for 6 months while it transformed into a then a pretty 🦋 are just as pretty as 🥚🐛🥐🦋
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