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Best Entomology podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Entomology podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Elements of Entomology is one of seven in a Series of First Books of Natural History Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges. It is a succinct little textbook from 1845 that presents an introduction to entomology. The author was a surgeon in the U.S. Navy and president of the Academy of Natural Sciences.(Summary by A.L. Gramour)
 
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Welcome to Episode 37 - where we'll be talking about those things that are large enough to see, but to small to really see what they are. things like water mites, daphnia, copepods and ostracods. They may not be too important for actual fly fishing, but they are super important in terms of the food chain. So - sit back, enjoy, and I hope you learn …
 
Hi Folks - all about Winter - we are in the depths of it, so why not learn something about it! In particular, how the critters fish eat survive it. No blog post, but here are two links: Here is one for the Western Maine Fly Fishing Expo: https://www.bethelmaine.com/events/details/western-maine-fly-fishing-expo-8018; And here is a link to that artic…
 
Happy New Year Folks. To celebrate 2018 I'm giving you an episode all about black flies - that annoying scourge of the north, and ... in some tropical areas, transmitter of a horrible disease. Which, on the hopeful side, is one of those afflictions where we have seen success in our battle against it. And ... I should say, by the way, black fly larv…
 
Hi folks, here is the third and last installment on our "how to" series on collecting insects. This time we'll focus on the actual deed - tools and techniques for finding and getting insects from the field to your home to study. This is an episode where the blog post will be especially helpful - as it shows pictures and links of the various tools I…
 
Today we'll talk about the crawler mayflies - critters which include such important guys as the hendrickson, some of the sulphurs and Tricos. This is our last podcast on the mayflies! You can find some pics showing what I describe on my blog posts. Also, check out the cool interview of my wife - talking about the history of fly tying in Maine, and …
 
For those of you interested in delving into entomology, here is an episode on how to develop an insect collection. We'll be talking about all sorts of insects and techniques - both those specific to trout fishing insects, but others as well. There are tons of links and pictures on the blog post for this episode, which you can find here: http://angl…
 
In Episode 10 we'll tackle the Clingers - which include the March Brown and the Quill Gordon, among others. We'll also have a few diversions - to talk about slippery rocks and science - how we claim to know what we think we know. Regarding the latter - here is the link to the commencement address by Richard Feinman. http://calteches.library.caltech…
 
In this episode we'll talk about strategies for identifying the critters you find while you are out. While focusing on insects, the strategies are the same no matter what you are looking at. I mention several websites that are useful in the podcast - which are: www,bugguide.net; www.flyfishingentomology.com, and www.troutnut.com. You can find these…
 
Today we will explore the group of mayflies whose nymphs burrow - at least most of them do. This includes some of the largest most showy (and exciting from a fly fishing perspective) mayflies - such as Hex's and the Green Drake. As promised in the episode, here is a link to my wife's pattern, the Hexamongous - http://www.flyfishinginnh.com/forum/sh…
 
Welcome to the Angler’s Entomology Podcast. In our first episode, I’ll give you a very brief bit of info about who I am and why I’m doing this podcast. I wanted to take what I knew (entomology) and provide enough background, trivia and history to make time on the water more rich. In other words, I hope through this podcast, that when you see a crit…
 
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