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Old 07-22-2015, 05:28 PM   #1
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Nice blog post.

...but, I have to admit, upon seeing the thread title, I was hoping Eric was the new "entomologist in the house"...and that he was starting a column like "Dear Abby". We could really use a "Bug Eric" guy here on the WG who could answer all those questions we have regarding insect life we find in our yards.
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Old 07-23-2015, 10:18 AM   #3
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Nice blog post.

...but, I have to admit, upon seeing the thread title, I was hoping Eric was the new "entomologist in the house"...and that he was starting a column like "Dear Abby". We could really use a "Bug Eric" guy here on the WG who could answer all those questions we have regarding insect life we find in our yards.
Has anyone heard from Suunto???
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Has anyone heard from Suunto???
No, but he was an awesome "bug man".
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Old 07-29-2015, 11:03 PM   #5
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Eric is an awesome bug man. He helps us Ohio folks on Facebook ID our tough-to-ID bugs. I've gotten to hang out with him because he was at Mothapalooza 1 and he is a friend of a friend. He is currently working on a field guide of Ohio bees and wasps for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. ODNR puts out a lot of mini field guides.

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Give him a big yank over thisaway or at least lay a big W.G. line in front of him. . We sure could use a replacement-recruit!
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Give him a big yank over thisaway or at least lay a big W.G. line in front of him. . We sure could use a replacement-recruit!
My thoughts exactly...but I don't have your way with words; "Give him a a big yank overthisaway"! ~smile~
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