Science Sunday will be late!

It’s been a busy week and I finally had a chance to spend a little time to do fun things like running errands with my husband yesterday.  As a result, I didn’t finish my blog post and Science Sunday will be late today.  To tide you over until the post goes up (and it’s going to feature a very interesting group of aquatic insects, the caddisflies), I offer this photo of a scene that will soon be making an appearance in Arizona:

Honey bee on palo verde blossoms

Honey bee on palo verde tree blossoms

Check back this evening for the Science Sunday post!


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10 thoughts on “Science Sunday will be late!

  1. I was wondering….each type of spider has its own pattern of web, of course. But within the same type notwithstanding size, do the patterns differ at all…making each unique? If you don’t have time for this I understand! Enjoy your site.

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