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Tag Archives: pollen
It’s been a cold week, though we’re finally starting to warm up again. As a way to feel a little less chilly, I went back through some photos from the summer and found these three shots from late August. All … Continue reading
One of the best outcomes from learning a lot about a group of species is that I start to see prairie through their eyes. That perspective has been really valuable for me and has led me to evaluate, restore, and manage … Continue reading
Every year at this time, I find myself defending goldenrod from unfair attacks by sneezy, watery-eyed, congested people looking for something to blame for their discomfort. Poor goldenrod; for a showy native wildflower (actually numerous species of wildflower), it sure has public relations issues. Some species, particularly … Continue reading
As we’ve been looking for bees lately, I’ve noticed the abundance of spotted cucumber beetles (Diabrotica undecimpunctata) in our prairies. I’ve primarily noticed them because they are feeding on the pollen of flowers, and from a distance they look like … Continue reading