In partnership with Celestron, quality manufacturer of telescopes, microscopes and other accessories, we've been able to look at the amazing world of bugs in entirely new and inspiring ways.
We found a Blue Morpho dragonfly in the Amazon Rainforest!
What’s the difference between a kissing bug, an assassin bug or a leaf-footed bug?
We found a caterpillar! Then it turned into a pupa. What could it be?
Bug Blast at the Burke Museum at the University of Washington is an incredible event filled with insects, arthropods, experts and people who are excited to learn.
Going on a bug hunt but can’t find any animals? There’s always an evidence of insects or other arthropods that is left behind. Plus, learn what insect poo is called! Frass!
Flowers attract insects. We take an up-close look at their structures using the Celestron FlipView microscope.
While out looking for insects in the spring, we ran into some lichen diversity. Shots taken with the Celestron FlipView microscope.
The Bug Chicks explore a few pollinating insects using the Celestron FlipView microscope.
Sexual dimorphism is where the male and females look visibly different. There are many insects that exhibit this trait.
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