Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark review the life history and migratory behavior of monarchs as a prelude to a discussion on the serious challenges that they face in the central United States and southern Mexico.
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Shakespeare Uncovered continues with a second season on WCVE PBS / WHTJ PBS, beginning Friday, January 30 at 9:00 p.m. and continuing the following two successive Fridays.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss a Macedonian encounter between a nose-horned viper and a centipede that went very wrong.
Photo: A nose-horn viper (Vipera ammodytes) and centipede (Scolopendra cingulata). Arsovksi et al. (2014). Ecologica Montenegrina 1(1): 6-8.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark explore the world of ant-decapitating flies and discuss new research on their behavior.
Photo above: An ant-decapitating fly (Phoridae: Pseudacteon sp.) inspects a potential host for its offspring, a fire ant (Formicidae: Solenopsis macdonaghi) in El Palmar National Park, Entre Rios, Argentina.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss the broad ecological roles of mites.
Terri continues to shine a spotlight on the places and faces of the Charlottesville area with 12 all new programs. Watch Charlottesville Inside-Out Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. on WCVE PBS/WHTJ PBS. Check listings for additional air-times.
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David Maurer / Charles Hall -- Hear stories from a Special Forces Veteran who has served as a feature writer for Charlottesville’s Daily Progress newspaper for close to three decades; then study the craft of Glassblowing with a master artist.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss Doug Emlen’s new book, “Animal Weapons: The Evolution of Battle,” that, among other topics, examines the costs and benefits of being a well-armed beetle.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss earwigs and note the official extinction of the largest earwig species in the world, the St. Helena earwig.
The arrow on the map indicates location of St. Helena Island.