Glyphs

beetle galleries 1

 

beetle galleries 2

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Be sure to check out the latest Festival of the Trees at treeblog.

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Dave Bonta (bio) crowd-sources his problems by following his gut, which he shares with 100 trillion of his closest microbial friends — a close-knit, symbiotic community comprising several thousand species of bacteria, fungi, and protozoa. In a similarly collaborative fashion, all of Dave’s writing is available for reuse and creative remix under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. For attribution in printed material, his name (Dave Bonta) will suffice, but for web use, please link back to the original. Contact him for permission to waive the “share alike” provision (e.g. for use in a conventionally copyrighted work).

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  1. Thanks for looking. I actually spent a couple hours composing text for this post yeasterday afternoon, but became dissatisfied with it and decided to just post the photos by themselves for once (along with the Festival of the Trees link, which is well worth following up). Felt a little guilty for not putting up something more substantial for all the Super Bowl refugees online last night.

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  2. I think you have a highly advanced worm civilization going on in the Hollow. These might be epics.

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    1. Actually, they’re bark beetle larvae — don’t ask me what species. Not quite as highly civilized as ambrosia beetles, which tend to burrow more into the wood. Ambrosia beetles have mastered agriculture and regularly practice incest, so they qualify for civilization by any measure.

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  3. Dave, these are both so lovely–my eyes felt filled up by those very different blues. Good title, too.

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    1. Hi Marly – I’m glad you liked. I’m still trying to figure out what those glyphs might say.

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