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Information, insects and people from the 2019 BugGuide Gathering in Louisiana, July 25-27

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Derek Uhey, Contributor
Full name:
Derek Uhey
City, state, country:
Flagstaff, AZ
Biography:

I'm currently a graduate student at Northern Arizona University, working on several projects in northern Arizona. Most of my photos are from these projects or from my undergraduate research in southwestern Colorado. All research photos are from the Colorado Plateau. My studies are focused on arthropod ecology. My favorite groups are Hemiptera, Coleoptera,and Hymenoptera (especially Formicidae!). Feel free to contact me at the above email.

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
-Albert Einstein

Here are my favorite rare arthropods, some represent new additions to bugguide, some range expansions, and some are just really cool!

Photos from NAU's arthropod camera set up:
Coleoptera

Hemiptera

Hymenoptera

Diptera