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Because there’s no such thing as too much chocolate cake @elissawithane  (at homeSWEEThome)

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Because there’s no such thing as too much chocolate cake @elissawithane (at homeSWEEThome)

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The family Furipteridae comprises of only two species, the smokey bat and the thumbless bat, which (as the name implies) are characterized by their reduced, functionless thumbs
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The family Furipteridae comprises of only two species, the smokey bat and the thumbless bat, which (as the name implies) are characterized by their reduced, functionless thumbs

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Nomia iridescens a Bee with colourful abdominal stripes 

This cool bee, scientifically named Nomia iridescens, belongs to the Halictidae Family, a cosmopolitan group commonly referred to as halictid bees and sweat bees.

Nomia iridescens is a conspicuously banded bee with amazing neon-green stripes, which occurs in southeast Asia (India, Borneo, Peninsular malaysia, Philippines).

Sweat bees, play a vital role in the pollination ecology of a region. By having  a wide range of adaptational capabilities, these inhabit all kind of ecological niches both in tropical and temperate regions. In number and kind these anthophilic insects (attracted to flowers) surpass all other bees and thus are mainly responsible for conserving the vegetation germplasm by pollinating a bewildering variety of wild and cultivated entomophilic flora.

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Photo credit: ©Paul Bertner | Locality: Mt. Isarog National Park, Philippines (2014) | [Top] - [Middle] - [Bottom]

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"Morning cuddles", watercolor & pencil on textured paper.

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"Morning cuddles", watercolor & pencil on textured paper.

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carving my art sign name. #deadline #mayannlicudine #wip #artph #vinylrecord

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carving my art sign name. #deadline #mayannlicudine #wip #artph #vinylrecord

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Too cute

Too cute

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On Tuesday, a bonsai tree boldly went where no bonsai tree has gone before.

Azuma Makoto, a 38-year-old artist based in Tokyo, launched two botanical arrangements into orbit: “Shiki 1,” a Japanese white pine bonsai tree suspended from a metal frame, and an untitled arrangement of orchids, lilies, hydrangeas, and irises.

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Sorry for the disappearance, I landed a full time job in a lab at Brown studying bat flight. I was working 50 hour weeks (two jobs) and taking two classes at RISD which left me precious little free time. 
August finally finds me back in Boise, still working but with a lot more time on my hands. I’m hoping to dedicate this last month of summer to my personal art - meaning daily sketches and some scientific illustrations if I can stick with it!

Sorry for the disappearance, I landed a full time job in a lab at Brown studying bat flight. I was working 50 hour weeks (two jobs) and taking two classes at RISD which left me precious little free time.
August finally finds me back in Boise, still working but with a lot more time on my hands. I’m hoping to dedicate this last month of summer to my personal art - meaning daily sketches and some scientific illustrations if I can stick with it!

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shardula:

My latest drawings on textured papers. Ones are reserved, other ones are available, check out my BigCartel shop now.

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