Circus of the Spineless' home is at invertebrates.blogspot.com! Beetles in the Bush has the 47th edition of the Circus of the Spineless up! A nicely laid out post with 16 fabulous submissions spanning a wide range of terrestrial, marine and aquatic critters. Matthew Sarver from the Modern Naturalist is hosting edition #48! You can submit . . . → Read More: Circus of the Spineless #47 is Up!
Great job to Kate who posted the latest installment of the Circus of the Spineless (#46!) up at Adventures of a Free Range Urban Primate. A fantastic edition, I’m glad to see new faces in there. I’m looking for hosts for May and beyond. Leave a comment or send me an email if you’d like . . . → Read More: New Circus of the Spineless!
Circus of the Spineless' home is at invertebrates.blogspot.com! Wandering Weeta (with waterfowl and weeds) has posted her recent confession. Scandalous! Go there right now and read all about it at the 42nd Circus of of the Spineless! . . . → Read More: Circus of the Spineless is up!
Click on the snail go to the Circus of the Spineless' home! I’m sorry guys, I’ve been drinking too much with the Southern Fried Scientist that he just passes out before he can even open his laptop. Well, he sobered up enough to post the 42nd edition of the Circus of the Spineless. Go check . . . → Read More: Circus of the Spineless Finally Up!
My colleague and officemate, the Southern Fried Scientist, posted way back in March about his homebrew South Su Porter. South Su is a hydrothermal vent field in the western Pacific. According to SFS: “South Su Porter, designed to recreate the feeling of seeing a deep-sea hydrothermal vent. It’s a cold, smooth, dark porter, an extra . . . → Read More: TGIF-Deep Sea Beer and Southern Fried Science
Bug Girl’s Blog is the host of this months Circus of the Spineless! Marine inverts represent with bivalves, crayfish and jellies. Also plenty of insects and arachnids for your viewing pleasure as well. Enjoy some fine nature writing and photography!
We are hosting the Carnival of Evolution on June 1st. Make sure to submit posts you either wrote or liked in the comment thread or email them to me/us. Also don’t forget to submit to Circus of the Spineless #39 hosted at Bug Girl’s Blog and Carnival of the Blue #25 hosted at Blogfish! This . . . → Read More: Carnivalia! Carnavalia!
Ed, the keeper of the Invertebrate Diaries, has the 36th edition of the Circus of the Spineless up! Head over there straight away for all you boneless entertainment.
The next edition of the Circus of the Spineless will be held at the Invertebrate Diaries. Send in your submissions from this month to edwbaker at googlemail dot com by Midnight GMT Saturday, February 28th. The Circus is scheduled for Monday, March 2. Looking forward to all the de-boned articles!
Circus of the Spineless #35 revived under new management over at The Other 95%