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The march of the Kudzu Bug!

Monday February 2, 2015

Megacopta cribraria (a.k.a. the Kudzu Bug; Fig. 1), a relative of the familiar, and more widespread, brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha haly) is a relatively recent addition to the North American hemipteran (a group that includes stink bugs, aphids, planthoppers, and cicadas) fauna.


How about a (four-month-long) nap?

Tuesday February 3, 2015

Here are some amazing facts about the most famous hibernator of them all.


Recent visitors to the VMNH Mammal Collection

Tuesday February 10, 2015

Dr. Moncrief recently welcomed local high school students and VMNH staff to the mammal collection for specimen-based programs and activities.


Life and Death on a Farm

Tuesday February 10, 2015

In late January, Ray Vodden and I went to a farm to retrieve a dead cow. That’s right… a dead cow. Not just any dead cow, but one that had died a month prior.


February Microphoto of the Month

Monday February 23, 2015

Dr. Jim Beard discusses the February 2015 Microphoto of the Month.

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