1. Priceless jewels.

  2. A bunch of huge dead wasps. (Hung out at the Bohart entomology collection Saturday night sorting malaise trap specimens from Belize. Nobody parties like a biologist!)

  3. Bat tattoo from Uzi (@waachip) at American Graffiti Tattoo (@americangraffititattoo). I’m thrilled: I’ve wanted a bat tattoo for years, and @ranewc made it happen for our anniversary.

  4. Metamorphosis — common green darner (Anax junius) adult emerging from its nymph (juvenile) exuvia. The white stringy stuff is tracheal lining.

  5. Great-horned owl (Bubo virginianus) … inadvertently caught and released whilst mist- netting.

  6. A juvenile male western red bat (Lasiurus blossevillii).

  7. Hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus). A beautiful young mother we radio- tagged.

  8. At play in Belize with a great fruit-eating bat (Artibeus lituratus).

  9. Leaf-cutter ant at work.

  10. Spiny tailed iguana on Mayan ruins.