Posts Tagged: Tracie Hayes
The beetles are coming! The beetles are coming! From boring beetles to burying beetles...and...
Cal Fire senior environmental specialist Curtis Ewing shows a coast live oak with cankers and flatheaded borer damage.
Children's activities by Project Learning Tree will be among the featured activities at the Bohart Museum of Entomology's open house on Jan. 22.
When you go to Bodega Bay, you may see giggling young beachgoers playfully bury one another in the...
A carrion beetle, genus Heterosilpha, from a screen shot of a video by UC Davis doctoral candidate Tracie Hayes, an ecologist and artist.
The Bohart Museum's family arts-and-crafts activity will be to color this drawing of a carrion beetle, genus Heterosilpha, by doctoral candidate Tracie Hayes, an ecologist and artist. (Credit: Tracie Hayes)
There's "Beatlemania" and then there's "Beetle Mania." One involved the fanaticism directed at the...
The burying beetle is known for burying carcasses of small vertebrates, such as mice, squirrels and birds, and using them as a food source for its larvae. (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)
A dung beetle with two balls of dung. (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)