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skip to navigation skip to main content skip to primary sidebar skip to secondary sidebar skip to footer caterpillarblog larval adventures homeabout mepublicationsweird bug ladyabout the labresourcesgallerytravelarizona 2010arizona 2011ecuador 2011contact rss feed end of the season sep 24 posted by brigette it’s finally fall here in new england, and the insects are on their way out – either dying, or bundling up for the winter. however there are always a few that cling to life through the first few cold nights, unwilling to admit that summer is over (i know that feeling quite well). here are a few caterpillars i found while walking in a nearby park at dusk. first is schizura unicornis, the unicorn prominent, of the family notodontidae. in this photo you can see the “horn” from which the name is derived. it looks as if the caterpillar is molting, with the old head capsule just barely clinging to the head. this species overwinters as a larva, fashioning a protective cocoon in leaf litter. they wait until spring to actually pupate, which is unusual amongst caterpillars (typically pupation occurs in the fall, and the winter is spent as a pupa). i imagine these caterpillars will be above ground feeding until their host plants succumb to the cold. these caterpillars appear to be hyphantria cunea, the fall webworm, of the family erebidae. there were several fuzzy clumps of them on various plants, surrounded by loose webbing. these guys will continue to live gregariously in their messy webbed homes until they are ready to pupate in preparation for the winter. i’ll keep on the lookout for others, there are still plenty of hardy, determined caterpillars out there. posted in arctiidae, invertebrates, lepidoptera, notodontidae 1 comment tags: caterpillars, hyphantria cunea, schizura unicornis the unexpected benefits of powerlines sep 19 posted by brigette we’ve all seen them – powerline right of ways, crudely cut into the landscape. they’re typically eyesores, startling reminders of humanity’s impact on nature, especially when they cut through seemingly pristine forests. however, at least in some areas, these powerline right of ways can actually be a boon to  species which thrive upon early successional landscapes. our lab, in conjunction with a cohort of collaborators, has spent the last few years studying the plants and animals living in powerline right of ways in connecticut. powerline right of ways are typically not completely mowed, but periodically maintained to remove tall trees. what remains is an open shrubby habitat, which can be more like a meadow, a wetland, or a bramble patch. these habitats are becoming more and more scarce in ct, as fields and farmland succumb to forestation. while at one point (late 1700s/early 1800s) ct was almost entirely deforested, currently 60% of the state is forest. this may sound like a good thing, and in most ways it is. we all benefit from healthy forest habitats, which more closely approximate the landscape before human settlement. however without periodic wildfires and other natural disturbances to maintain natural meadows, dense forests are perhaps taking more than their fair share.  so what should we do about the species that currently call connecticut’s meadows and shrubby habitats home? it turns out that powerline right of ways are just what they need. our lab’s study found twice the species richness of plants in the right of ways than in the adjacent forest, along with a bevy of native bee species. i highly recommend reading their paper, which includes a multitude of links to other studies which have reached similar conclusions. this one is mostly about the plant species, a paper on the bees and other insects is forthcoming. it may seem counter-intuitive, but powerline cuts in this area can really benefit biodiversity by maintaining early successional habitats. i can attest that they are great places to catch insects – there is one species i study, acronicta falcula, that we have only been able to find in powerline right of ways due to the habitat preferences of its host plant. posted in wag lab 1 comment tags: early successional habitat, forestation, powerline right of way, powerlines, shrubland a typical day sep 19 posted by brigette yesterday my advisor dropped this on my desk. “here, bring this to class for show and tell” sphingicampa sp. from arizona. posted in invertebrates, lepidoptera, sphingidae, wag lab 1 comment connecticut entsoc meeting this friday sep 17 posted by brigette if you’re anywhere near uconn, you should join us this friday evening for the first connecticut entomological society meeting of the academic year. the speaker, sam jaffe, is a friend and colleague of mine – he is going to speak about his grand venture, the caterpillar lab. he has promised lots of cool macro photos, videos, and even some “props” (i have a feeling they might be alive). check out our website announcement for more information. and yes, i am president of the society for a second year. we have some great speakers and events in store for this year! posted in connecticut entomological society 1 comment is the caterpillar alive? sep 16 posted by brigette that was the question a student had this morning. the caterpillar was wiggling a bit, but didn’t look so good. upon closer inspection, it appeared it had burst open, and something was actually… inside of it. without further ado, here is what happened next: i have yet to identify the parasitoid, it appears to be a fly maggot of some sort. i will be back with an update if we put a name on it. yes, it had eaten all of the caterpillar’s insides. no, the caterpillar is no longer alive. [update] the maggot is in the family tachinidae. posted in diptera, general entomology, invertebrates, lepidoptera 2 comments general entomology 2014 sep 16 posted by brigette the fall semester has started, but instead of mourning the end of summer break, i’m quite excited to be teaching again. i am the ta for general entomology this fall, with my advisor as the instructor. it’s offered every other year, so i’ve had to wait patiently (and ta intro biology labs) for my chance to dive in again. so far it seems like we’ve got a really motivated, enthusiastic class. some of them already have experience working in the entomology collection, or with volunteering/working in our lab – they’re going to keep me on my toes, for sure. for one weekend we embarked upon our traditional field trip, along with the yale entomology class, to the yale forestry camp at great mountain forest in norfolk ct. the purpose is to jump-start their insect collections, which make up the majority of their grade for the course. but it’s also a great time to learn collecting techniques, bond with classmates, meet other students/researchers, and just have fun outside. we had about 35 people at the camp, which was a large number of people to wrangle and feed, but we survived! we used just about every sort of insect trap device there is. i thought i’d share some highlights from the trip. working in the laboratory. yale vs. uconn! out in the field, chasing butterflies and dragonflies (and everything else). a majestic ambush bug (one of my favorite insects). chasing tiger beetles. lots more working in the lab. at one of the blacklights at night. we’ve had a few mini field trips locally since then, always a lot of fun, always a lot of cool insects. posted in general entomology 3 comments tags: field trip, general entomology, great mountain forest bad beetles aug 29 posted by brigette dermestid beetles (family dermestidae) can either be a useful ally or a nuisance, depending on your point of view. there are several hundred species worldwide, and many have found ways to either enrich or aggravate our lives. if you are interested in taxidermy or specimen preparation, these industrious beetles are one of the best ways to de-flesh and clean skeletons. entire colonies are kept by hobbyists, universities and museum collections and put to use, both adults and larvae feasting on an array of carcasses. they especially enjoy hair, skin, and feathers. due to their knack for feeding on dead or decaying materials, they are essential outdoor decomposers. some species prefer plants, some prefer animals, and some get rather esoteric in their choices (like specializing on praying mantis egg cases). our knowledge of these ecosystem services also allows us to use them in forensic investigations. but most people don’t think of these applications. they are more concerned with the “larder beetles” in their pantry, pouring out along with the cheerios into their cereal bowl. or “carpet beetles” munching on wool coats, or silk scarves, and other natural fibers in their closet. any open window is an invitation for a visit. and if you’re an entomologist, the phrase “dermestid beetle” should strike fear into your heart. all the qualities that make these beetles desirable for cleaning vertebrate skeletons makes them especially destructive if let loose in an insect specimen collection. these beetles don’t just like the taste of skin and fur, they have quite a fondness for insect chitin and dried innards. every entomologist i know has horror stories of dermestid beetles infesting their collection. the main specimen collections here at uconn are chemical-free, meaning they have strict quarantine procedures in order to thwart these beetles and other pests. specimen boxes must be frozen twice, if they’re allowed inside at all. i was cleaning out a storage room for the entomology teaching lab, and came across a set of student specimen boxes. that had been overlooked since 1994. needless to say, dermestid beetles had a feast. the boxes were absolutely filled with insect bits and old dermestid skins. just about all of the specimens are ruined, and will be thrown away. so, what should you do? in your home, make sure all food containers are tightly sealed and secured (anything that comes in a bag, i transfer to a jar). store winter sweaters and other important clothes in sealed containers or plastic bags. ensure all household screens are tightly fitting with no gaps. for an insect collection, you can choose to use chemicals like mothballs, but they wear off after a while (i have personally observed collections with chemicals tacked into one corner… still filled with dermestid damage. see the first image above.) your best bet is to keep the collection sealed in a tight wooden box or glass topped drawer. cardboard boxes, such as we give students, should be temporary. when in doubt, if a collection will not be regularly used, keep the box(es) in a sealed plastic bag of some sort. also keep workroom/lab windows closed, or ensure screens are tightly fitting. my advisor likes to say “dermestids smell insect specimens the way you smell starbucks!” which may or may not be true. probably true. posted in coleoptera, general entomology, invertebrates 2 comments tags: beetle pest, carpet beetle, dermestid beetle, dermestidae, insect collection, larder beetle birthday weekend aug 18 posted by brigette i successfully avoided doing any work this weekend to celebrate my climb into my late 20s. this week also held the birthdays of several friends in my department, so we celebrated for a few days. it was a good mixture of all my favorite things: cocktails with the whales event at the mystic aquarium, a hard workout at the gym, afternoon of crafting with friends, and margaritas with my advisor and lab buddy who just returned from a trip to the southwest. they had some crazy stories, and brought me back a teensy tiny pet vinegaroon. the bottle of bourbon is for scale (also a present from a friend). and yesterday i got to unwind by sewing most of the day. so that brings my number of pets up to… something. still don’t know exactly how many cockroaches i have. oh and the vinegaroon needs a name. any suggestions? posted in uncategorized 1 comment tags: birthday, vinegaroon, whipscorpion egg cases aug 15 posted by brigette earlier this summer i found a few praying mantis egg cases, of both mantis religiosa and tenodera sinensis.  the tenodera egg cases hatched and my friends and i raised some of the young for a while, however the mantis egg cases never hatched. i’m not sure why – i never had much luck with these as a kid either! i found this egg case already ripped open. you can see the eggs on the inside, surrounded by the foam of the case. too bad they never turned into baby mantises. if you have raised european mantids before, have they required any special treatment (temperature, humidity) in order to hatch successfully? posted in invertebrates, mantidae 6 comments tags: egg case, mantis religiosa, ootheca, praying mantis monkey slugs aug 14 posted by brigette if you hear the phrase “monkey slug”, your first thought is probably not of a caterpillar. but that is indeed the common name for phobetron pithecium, a caterpillar/moth in the family limacodidae. limacodidae are collectively known as the slug caterpillars due to their reduced legs and slimy looking underbelly. they even crawl by means of a liquified silk trail that they glide effortlessly across. so that is where the “slug” part of the name comes from. but “monkey”? no one is quite sure. the adults are called hag moths, which doesn’t sound very flattering, though they are adorable little moths. i have never seen one of these caterpillars in the wild, however a friend of mine (sam jaffe of the caterpillar lab) was kind enough to part with a few of his fuzzy little charges. i have no use for them in my research, but they have been fun pets. a few more facts: they can cause allergic reactions in some people (i have not tested myself yet, but just look at those hairs and spines!). however they have glided across my hands with no reaction, so it would probably require rubbing the hairs into your skin. they do have a head, but it is usually hidden. they feed on a variety of trees and shrubs, mine are feeding on oak. the “arms” can come off, the hairs are in fact embedded in a scaffold of some sort of slime that covers the body. this is a feature common to many limacodids. here are some photos i took of these guys today. posted in invertebrates, lepidoptera, limacodidae, photography 2 comments tags: caterpillar, caterpillars, fuzzy caterpillar, hag moth, limacodidae, monkey slug, monkey slug caterpillar ← older posts the caterpillar wranglerbrigette is a graduate student who studies caterpillars. she likes to talk about insects, evolution, illustration, sewing, powerlifting, and her pet rabbits. search for: my tweetsblogs i followoak hairstreak studyconnecticut entomological societyryerson labsaurian obsessionsi spell it naturecategories adventures in taxonomy arizona lep course black lighting connecticut entomological society crossfit dna entomophagy etsy shops field entomology general entomology illustration invertebrates blattodea coleoptera diptera ephemeroptera hemiptera hymenoptera lepidoptera arctiidae geometridae lasiocampidae limacodidae noctuidae acronictinae acronicta comachara harrisimemna polygrammate notodontidae nymphalidae psychidae saturniidae actias sphingidae mantidae mecoptera neuroptera trichoptera lolcaterpillars national moth week outreach photography sem sewing texas trip 2013 uncategorized update vertebrates wag lab word of the day archives september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 march 2014 february 2014 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 november 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 blogs ant iphoneography arizona: beetles bugs birds and more beetles in the bush biodiversity in focus blue weevil bug girl bug safari caterpillar eyespots entophile f*ck yeah sawflies! fall to climb girl meets bug life on six legs living with insects lyman entomological museum myrmecos natural history in suburbia not exactly rocket science pharyngula tetrapod zoology the bug whisperer the digital cuttlefish the dragonfly woman the skeptical moth why evolution is true helpful websites about.com insects bugguide entomological society of america insects are food moth photographer's group my favorite photographers igor siwanowicz janzen – caterpillars of acg costa rica piotr naskrecki sam jaffe stan malcolm – along the airline all text and images © brigette zacharczenko 2011-2014 and may not be used without permission. blog posts or other methods of sharing my work with credit to me and links back to my blog are allowed. absolutely no commercial use or derivations of my images are allowed without express written permission. create a free website or blog at wordpress.com. oak hairstreak studyconnecticut entomological societypromoting insect research, conservation, and outreachryerson labfunctional morphology and biomechanicssaurian obsessionslife, love, and limb-reduced fossorial skinksi spell it naturetrying to make sense of the world through science and language.


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