Invertebrates are such spineless critters!

by B. N. Sullivan

AcroporaReaders of  The Right Blue have been very patient while I turned my attention to 'another blog' for the month of August. (Yes, I feel a bit like I have somehow been unfaithful!)  Never fear: on August 31 I ended my month-long tenure over at Photo Synthesis.  So, dear readers of  The Right Blue, I am all yours again.

In order to tie things up tidily, here are the links to the final two posts that I did over at Photo Synthesis:
Now I have one more thing to tell you about. There is a blog carnival called Circus of the Spineless, "A monthly celebration of Insects, Arachnids, Molluscs, Crustaceans, Worms, and most anything else that wiggles, crawls or fluttered. (Spineless = invertebrates, i.e., critters with no backbones.)

One of the articles I did for Photo Synthesis -- the one about the Bearded Fireworm -- is featured as a part of this month's Circus of the Spineless, which is hosted by Susannah Anderson at her nature blog, Wanderin' Weeta. Do go and have a look at the great collection of photos and articles about all manner of creepy crawly things over there. It's quite an education.

 Thanks, Susannah, for including my creepy crawly Fireworm in this month's Circus.

And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming on The Right Blue...


  1. And bloody good riddance...glad to have you back!

  2. Gee, Scienceguy, I didn't know you liked me quite so much! LOL.

    Seriously, thanks, as always, for your support of The Right Blue.


  3. Sounds like you can finally breathe again, Bobbie. I enjoyed reading the the ones you made over at PS blog too. Looking forward to your posts here, as always!


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