Connor Erik Jay Graham

Unido: 01.oct.2020 Última actividad: 06.dic.2021 iNaturalist

Living in Marion County, Oregon, USA. I love natural sciences like geology and entomology, and collect insects (mainly beetles) and scorpions. When I actually have the time and energy, I also love to go fishing with friends and family. Currently my insect collection consists of around 3,400 specimens, but I don't have enough time to sit down and count them all, so the number is approximated. Currently I am raising and/or breeding over 30 different organisms, not including my birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and mammals.

  • I have over 620 Nebria specimens, including adults, larvae, and eggs. I am willing to trade for unwanted Nebria and Carabus specimens as long as they were collected legally, and are in good, or decent condition. They also would need to have all collecting information included.
  • I love learning new things on numerous topics, and I am most interested in Carabidae, Tenebrionidae, Scarabaeidae, and Lucanidae, but I do collect a relatively variety of other groups on occasion as well. I will sometimes forget to check the localities when identifying observations, and please, do call me out on it, and I will probably change my ID. And you may want to tag me for me to see that the ID was incorrect, as I will occasionally miss new notifications.
    I am also now on iNatForum

  • If you have any questions, comments, simply want to converse, or otherwise, please feel free to send an email to me either through iNaturalist, or through graham.connor.nebriinae@gmail.com

School has started up again for the year, but I will still be trying to make time every day to assist here on iNat!

Best regards from Oregon, everyone!
Cheers!

-Most children have a bug period, and I never grew out of mine.
— Edward O. Wilson

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