Circus of the Spineless 55: Museum of Invertebrate Art is up at Wild About Ants. I'm happy to say my stinkbug post was included among the great collection of links. If you are interested in bugs and other invertebrates (you've been wondering if butterflies pee in the woods, right?), you should check it out!
While I'm still fiddling with my blog's settings, you can find lots of good reading in recently published blog carnivals:
- Scientia Pro Publica #38 @ Dr. Shock MD PhD.
- Carnival of Evolution #27 @ 360 Degree Skeptic - "Feed Your Head" edition.
- Cancer Research Carnival #37 @ BayBlab
- An Inordinate Fondness #7: Beetles beautiful @ Salagubang. (It's full of gorgeous beetle photos.)
- Berry Go Round 30- Come Together @Brainripples . (All things botanical).
- Circus of the Spineless: Carny of the Spineless rolls in (on a trail of slime) @ hectocotyli
- Carnival of the Blue XL @t The Saipan Blog (Ocean-related blog posts)
- Festival of the Trees @ Orchards Forever
- The September Scientiae carnival @ Ruminations of an Aspiring Ecologist. This month's theme is "tools for a scientist". (Women in Science, Engineering and Technology)
Bora has posted the first Carnal Carnival: The Essentials of Elimination
It's a great collection of posts about poop of all sorts (including my E. chromi post), from humans to sharks to caterpillars to rabbits.
The next Carnal Carnival will be hosted by Carin Bondar at Biologist With a Twist. The theme will be barf.
You can find submission instructions on the Carnal Carnival blog.