Microbes on the Prowl
Suzan Bellincampi
Take a bath. That may be the only solution to a problem you never knew you had.
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Sea Urchin Action
Suzan Bellincampi
To eat or not to eat? That was part of a discussion that ensued after the discovery of a live sea urchin up-Island.
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Leech, Maggot and Bee Sting Therapy
Suzan Bellincampi
The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out, but doctors won’t let them play pinochle on your snout.
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Pecan Pie, Please
Suzan Bellincampi
Pecans are native to this country, historically found growing along the Mississippi River.
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Suggestive Shrooms
Suzan Bellincampi
Stinkhorn fungi are famous for their appearance as well as their putrid, offensive smell.
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A Strange Mariner: Velella Velella
Suzan Bellincampi
“The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.”
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Vernal Pools Are Wetlands Wonder
Suzan Bellincampi
Though it is fall, it is a good time for wetland lovers to spring into action to protect vernal pools.
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Eggplant, Love It or Leave It
Suzan Bellincampi
It’s said that there are two types of people in the world: those who like eggplant and those who don’t. I am among the former.
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Lobster Molting Is a Journey of Recycling
Suzan Bellincampi
Lobsters are “indeterminate growers” meaning that they grow their entire life.
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Painted and American Lady Butterflies
Suzan Bellincampi
Hey ladies. Though it sounds like it could be a catcall on a city street, this greeting is of a more rural (or even floral) variety. It is actually a beckoning to butterflies.
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