What was that mystery doubleheader? Several of you correctly surmised that I had shown the inside of an ant plant. But which one, in which region, and the particulars of the objects caused some trouble, so the answers came out piecemeal across several of your entries.
Points are awarded as follows: Brian Spitzer gets 4 for being the first to name the region (2), and for being first to get that this was an ant-plant with a honeydew-producing insect inside (2). Josh King gets 2 points for being the first to note the food bodies. Julio Chaul gets 5 for being the first to pick the correct system- Cecropia- and for noting the Muellerian food bodies. And finally, Matt Bertone picks up two for picking that the insect is a pseudococcid mealybug.
This brings us to the end of the May, and we have a tie for the month between Jesse Hardin, who picked up his ten points all at once, and Matt Bertone, who pulled even with a gradual accumulation of points across several weeks. Matt and Jesse- congratulations! Contact me for your loot.