16 thoughts on “The Green Lynx”

  1. James C. Trager

    I’m with Don — an old favorite from my days of living in the Sunbelt. Unfortunately, I don’t see them in my current location.

    Would love to get back to ABS some day. It’s been a long time.

    1. James,
      I just took a new position at U. Central Florida – I’m planning on spending quite a bit of time at Archbold as I’ll now be nearby. I’m hoping to do some more work on Formica there. I’ll keep you posted.

        1. In fact, I am. I will be looking for students starting next fall (it is too late for admission this year). Check out the UCF Biology web page and you can check out my stuff at http://www.biology.ccsu.edu/kingjor/. If you are still interested after looking at all that, you can email me at kingjor@mail.ccsu.edu or at UCF in about a month (I won’t have an email there until then, and I don’t know what it will be yet, but I hope to set up a lab webpage this summer, so it will be there ASAP). Note: the UCF biology department has a strong conservation biology emphasis, although a number of the faculty and students work strictly on ecology.

  2. Beautiful! I love these spiders. Quite common here in Texas (well, Peucetia viridans is); almost difficult to take a walk without seeing several along the way.

  3. Danny McDonald

    Hey Alex,

    This is a pretty humorous video. Especially for people who are serious about their photography.

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