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Fieldwork in Japan (part 4)

The last day of collecting, we hopped on a ferry and crossed the Ariake Sea to Mount Unzen in Nagasaki Prefecture. Mount Unzen, known for its violent eruptions, had its last activity between 1991 to 1994 when numerous pyroclastic flows … Continue reading

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Gorongosa National Park

Last week, I returned from a field trip to Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. This trip included field work to collect millipedes in Gorongosa National Park and a two-week  workshop on arthropod macrophotography. Doratogonus sp. (Spirostreptida) from Chitengo Campsite, Gorongosa … Continue reading

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Gorongosa National Park (part 2)

Amphisbaenian worm lizard Dung roller beetle (family Scarabaeidae) Giant pill millipede (family Sphaerotheriidae) | Picture 2 Scorpion (genus Uroplectes?)—likely rather venomous judging by its fat tail and thin pincers (family Buthidae) Water measurer (family Hydrometridae) Armored Katydid nymphs (Enyaliopsis sp., … Continue reading

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Collecting millipedes in Vietnam

Post by PhD student Derek Hennen who is an expert in millipedes and natural history After a successful week of the 17th International Congress on Myriapodology in Krabi, our group headed on to Vietnam. Permits in hand, we landed in … Continue reading

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