BugShot 2014: The Aftermathening

The group in front of Reynold’s Mansion, antennae extended. (photo by Ian Wright)

I have returned from coastal Georgia and from another spectacular BugShot workshop! Once again, the annual event surpassed my expectations. It wasn’t just the gorgeous natural environment, either, or the discovery of the extremely enigmatic Zoraptera. It was an extraordinary group of enthusiastic participants who made this workshop worth doing.

Rather than recap the festivities myself I will leave you in the capable hands of participants. I’ll update the list as more material works its way to the internet.



If you feel you missed out by not attending, don’t worry! We have our next event coming up in September in Belize.


2 thoughts on “BugShot 2014: The Aftermathening”

  1. This is great Alex. Its hard to keep track of everybody. I too want to sum up my thoughts and lessons learned. I feel that the experience is still sinking in. I know this for sure, BugShot Sapelo 2014 was a huge success!

  2. James C. Trager

    I’m enjoying being there vicariously through all the excellent photos people are putting up.

    Alex – Is it just me, or do you think the output from BugShot keeps getting better and better?

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