Carnival of the Blue #14

Aieee, the Oyster’s Garter has been taken over by technology! All this car and mileage stuff, and not a bit of biology to be seen. That’s because I’m teaching a three-week course in invertebrate zoology to high school students. It’s a ton of fun but also a ton of work – I’ve been completely swamped by collecting critters, making handouts, and teaching students how to smash snails with hammers proper dissection technique. (If any of my students are reading this, hi!)

My posting is going to be light for the next two weeks, but Eric is going to take up some of the slack with his techno-nerd agenda. In the meantime, enjoy this month’s Carnival of the Blue, up at The Blue Economy.


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