As Lepidopterists spend a great deal of their time in the outdoors, I thought it appropriate to include on the blog some posts pertaining to outdoor skills, tips and preparation. This morning I found the paper below, and felt I should share it with you. Perhaps it is time to dig out our Sierra Cups once again? ___________________________________________________________________________ Giardia Lamblia and Giardiasis With Particular Attention to the Sierra Nevada by Robert L. Rockwell, PhD (updated 3/19/02) This article is printed from the Yosemite Association News Letter #4, March 18, 2002, and is included on the joint NPS, USFS, and BLM website–http://www.sierranevadawild.net (see links under Learn) and http://www.yosemite.org/naturenotes/Giardia.htm. (Both links dead GW) Ask the average outdoors person about Giardia lamblia or giardiasis, and they have certainly … Continue reading
I ran across a group of videos on YouTube demonstrating how to spread Lepidoptera and thought they would make a good, informational post. Also, do not miss the presentation on spreading Lepidoptera by Vernon E. Evans from the Utah Lepidopterists’ Society.