New Feature: Life Stages

I’ve taken many thousands of photos of a variety of insects in North Carolina since I moved here and I’d like to do a little something more with them.  I am therefore adding a new periodic feature that will make good use of my hoards of photos: Life Stages! These features will briefly cover multiple stages in the life cycle of a species and share some information about it – what it eats, how it develops, etc.  These posts will help me learn about the species I come across in my daily life, but my hope is to pass along what I discover to you all so that you can get to know the multiple forms, colors, and ages of insects a little better too.

I hope you’ll enjoy Life Stages and learn alongside me!  The first post goes up soon, featuring the iconic life cycle of the monarch butterfly.

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Unless otherwise stated, all text, images, and video are copyright © C. L. Goforth.

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6 thoughts on “New Feature: Life Stages

  1. Great idea. Bugs can look so different depending on the stage they are in. I remember when I discovered what a lady beetle larva looked like!

  2. As a blogger, I’m wondering how you will arrange this new feature. Will it be a page on the blog? Have a separate link or email subscription? Since I get your posts emailed, I don’t visit your site often — definitely not often enough! You have many resources here that I didn’t know about. Looking forward to your life cycle photos however you share them.

    • It will be posted in the main blog and I created a new category to contain the posts. I don’t do a whole lot of fancy organization! If you are getting the e mails, you should be getting notifications of the new feature.

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