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Beatriz Moisset, Contributing Editor
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Beatriz Moisset
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A retired biologist, originally from Argentina. After years of research in brain catecholamines and endorphins, using laboratory mice as subjects I took quite a turn by choosing pollinators as a subject for my post-retirement second career. It gave me a chance to enjoy the outdoors and my artistic training as painter and photographer. There is a lot to be said about retirement.

The Web of Life

Some articles in BugGuide
List of non-native arthropods in North America
List of non-native arthropods in North America. Part II
Introduced Biocontrols
Overview of Orders of Insects
Native Bees of North America
Goldenrod Gall Fauna
Carnivorous Lepidoptera
Roosting male bees and wasps
Eggs of tachinids throughout the guide
Unidentified parasites of Lepidoptera
Nesting habits of potter and mason wasps
Potential use of Bugguide data for phenological studies
Syrphid larvae
Welcome page
Editors' guidelines
Ultra-basic Studio Photography
Mite Hosts

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