Chris Angell Curador

Unido: 24.jun.2019 Última actividad: 23.jul.2024 iNaturalist


Evolutionary ecologist and science educator, currently located in Richmond, Indiana.

I do a lot of identifying insects, especially flies (I did my PhD research on a wild population of antler flies in Ontario). I don't have time to add an explanation to every ID I make, but I'm always happy to discuss my reasoning!

My interests are primarily in acalyptrate flies, especially Skipper Flies (Piophilidae), Spiny-winged Flies (Heleomyzidae), Stilt-legged Flies (Micropezidae), Marsh Flies (Sciomyzidae), and Rust Flies (Psilidae). I'm also interested in Dance Flies (Empidoidea) and dung flies (Scathophagidae). Outside of flies, I love to observe true bugs (Hemiptera), katydids, wildflowers, trees, reptiles, and amphibians. I'm also a fan of fungi, but I hardly know anything about them!

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