Posts tagged “Orchidaceae”
October’s Berry Go Round was posted last week and I only just now noticed. A lucky turn of events since it was a fantastic distraction from today’s impending migraine. I had three favorites in this round of the carnival. The first is on flowers that parasitize fungi complete with fantastic pictures of these weird, weird […]
If you’re driving from Michigan to Pittsburgh, you’ll probably go through Ohio. At least, that’s how the car-full of ecologists I was with did it. Some people might advise you to find some (any) way around it. I had never been to Ohio before and was not particularly impressed from the highway, even though they […]
Testosterone doesn’t actually make people selfish; it promotes fair play. It’s not that feminists don’t have a sense of humor, you’re just not funny. China really isn’t getting better about human rights abuses. Fantastic essay by Asimov on “The Relativity of Wrong.” I feel like this would be especially good to read in intro science […]
Welcome to the 9th edition of Berry Go Round, your favorite botanical carnival! This is my very first carnival hosting experience, so I hope you like it! I’m taking a plant morphology class this semester, and my professor has me a bit wary about the looming section on ferns with statements like “if you think […]
We walked through the orchards to the gardens surrounding the house. Then we walked down a path lined with olive trees to a hidden cactus garden.