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Gulches, Greenbelts (…& a Little Bit of Greed)

Hi Everyone! I know – it’s been a long blogging lapse for this primate. I have a good excuse…well, an excuse, in any event. Over the past two years, I’ve been working on researching why Live Oak, the unincorporated urban … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Oak Moth

They’re trying to compete with the human takeover of Earth. They camouflage themselves with fluttery, seductive, feathery-sweet wing-light in the late afternoon, but we know better. The California Oakworm or California Oak Moth (Phryganidia californica) is in its first mating season in Santa … Continue reading

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