The August 2010 Circus of the Spineless (#54) is all set up at Hectocotyli, so go take a look at the newest “carny.”
And now the “carny” rolls over here to Wild About Ants for September. We’re looking for blog posts about all things invertebrate. Send your posts to wildaboutants AT gmail (dot) com and we will try to fill that vacant field…
Amber at the Birder’s Lounge has posted the newest Circus of the Spineless.
To celebrate her menu of invertebrate delights, what better than a serving of escamoles?
Have you ever eaten ants?
Photograph from Wikimedia by Cvmontuy, Taken on “Los parados” Dr. vertis, Mexico D.F.
Jason at Xenogere has posted to #49 issue of Circus of the Spineless.
If you have never seen a carnival by Jason, you will be surprised. His carnival posts are always so much more than a list of links.
And say “Hi!” to Rosy the wolfsnail.
The February Circus of the Spineless Carnival 48: The Cabinet of Curiosity is up at Matthew Sarver. The Circus of the Spineless celebrates all kinds of invertebrates.
If you are interested in the relationship of ants and blue butterflies, be sure to check Steve Willson’s post about Edward’s Hairstreak Pupa at Blue Jay Barrens. The Blue Jay Barrens is in southern Ohio.