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Entomologists in Winter

WCVE producer Steve Clark queries entomologist Dr. Art Evans as to what entomologists do during the dead of winter.

Winter barking, or peeling bark from dead logs, often produces the larvae of beetles that are seldom collected as adults. Case in point, the larva of the callirhipid beetle (Zenoa picea) pictured above, photographed on New Year's Day at Belmead in Powhatan County.