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Native Prairie Plant Garden Pollinators

Native Prairie Plant Garden Pollinators

Pollination is the process of moving pollen from one plant to another,…

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Monarch Journeys

Monarch Journeys

We have 6742 monarch butterflies at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum…

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Do Bees Sleep?

Yes, they do. You likely will not see most female bees sleeping, as…

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Summer in the Cretaceous

With the coming of fall, it is a good time to review the fieldwork…

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New Species of Wasps Found in Canadian Cretaceous Amber

My paper, co-authored with Michael Engel, was recently published.…

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