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© Lora Denis
July 23, 2020–Noah Cole
Lymantria dispar dispar moth caterpillar © Washington State Department of Agriculture
In the summer of 2020, many millions of spongy moth (Lymantria dispar dispar, LDD) caterpillars emerged across Ontario, causing ecological concern from North Bay and Sault Ste. Marie to Windsor ...
March 20, 2020–Guest blogger
Shoreline of Easter Island © James Kamstra
While strolling through the deciduous forest in September 2018, I looked down when a strange plant caught my eye. What was that? It looked much like Lopseed? Opposite leaves and ...
December 3, 2019–Smera Sukumar
Species at Risk•Wild Species
Oftentimes when we talk about species at risk, we think about mammals, birds or reptiles and we forget about the many plants that are at risk in our province. That’s ...
July 31, 2015–Guest blogger
Invasive Species•Stewardship and restoration
Dog-strangling vine © Noah Cole
In the Cadotte Lab at the University of Toronto – Scarborough, we examine the causes and consequences of invasion success, biodiversity loss and changes in ecosystem services in Toronto’s Rouge ...
June 1, 2015–Guest blogger
People have different personalities. Some are shy; others are bold. Some are extraverted; others are introverted. These personality traits influence our academic success, job performance, personal relationships, health and susceptibility ...
Short-eared owl © Scott Fairbairn