Circus of the Spineless
Circus of the Spineless #33 is up at Seeds Aside. I apologize- it's been up for a few days and I haven't linked to it yet. Do stop by for links to a whole bunch of interesting blog posts about invertebrates.
Which brings us to Circus of the Spineless #34. It's going to be right here at the Tapestry, and I'm seeking submissions. If you haven't participated in a blogging carnival before (and I'm pretty sure that I have a bunch of readers who fit into this category), this is a great opportunity to get started. It's simple. Do a post about invertebrates. It might be a lament about the Formosan termites that have just invaded your apratment. Or you could have a super photo of a slug that you put up on your blog. Make the post to your blog, then send me the link via email (dtaron at gmail dot com). Submissions are due June 29. Shortly after the deadline, I will write a sparkling and witty post that directs interested readers to the various posts thatI receive- including yours. Watch your blog traffic skyrocket! Well, that may be a bit of an exaggeration, but mine always goes up when I submit something. Besides, it's fun.
Oh, and by the way, you don't have to be a professional scientist type to join the fun. All are welcome.
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