Monthly Archives: November 2017

Who is eating our sugar maple leaves?

    We found these pretty sugar maple leavs from Jeffers Brook.  Does anyone know what insect does this?  –Nidaa Aljabbarin– This is from a Maple Leaf Cutter Moth. Doug Allen, an ESF professor, wrote a short article on this … Continue reading

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The 2016 Litter Year is Over! Enter in 2017!

The very last leaf litter sample, C2-4-A3, from 2016 has finally been sorted on November 5, 2017. Just in time for the 2017 leaf samples to come in later today! Nidaa Aljabbarin, Fidaa Aljabbarin, and Shahad Abdulameer were the lucky researchers … Continue reading

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