Tag Archives: Entomology

For every person who shrieks when they see a bee or a spider like the Brown Recluse featured in Insect Ethics Part I, there’s a person or civilization enamored with insects. Scarab beetles were sacred to Egyptians because the beetle’s … Continue reading

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Cuatro was the biggest Brown Recluse spider I’d caught. He was lucky; I let him go after five days of captivity in the pickle jar. Uno lived a month and the longer he survived, the harder it was for me … Continue reading

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