Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Teaser Tuesday: Wading for Bugs

In all my Okanagan River dike walking, I've found only three olive clubtail adults.  The first one I'd ever seen was camouflaged like a grey-green and black twig, perched flat on the dusty trail at Osoyoos Lake, almost at the U.S.-Canada border. 
Wading for Bugs: Exploring Streams with the Experts by Judith L. Li and Michael T. Barbour, Illustrations by Boonsatien Boonsoong, published by OSU Press

I'm not much of a bug person, but this would be a great book for a junior etymologist. 

Teaser Tuesdays is hosted by Should Be Reading, where you can find the official rules for this weekly event. 


  1. That's pretty interesting. Not a big bug person myself, but I bet you're learning lots in this book. My teaser is here.

  2. Ooh, cool :)



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