I am at work, just working along. Working, working, working... La di da di da di daaaaahhh... Ooooh, look! In the course of said work, I clippety jippety clacked out this sentence:
In general, when a female gypsy moth emerges from its pupal casing, it will mate and deposit eggs within 1 meter of that pupation site, which will then become an oviposition site for the emerging female gypsy moth.
Now, don't be hatin' on my mad writing skillz, or feel in any way inadequate or jealous that I write on a regular basis about such riveting topics as extending the reaccreditation testing intervals for tuberculosis in captive cervids, removing entire states from the oriental fruit fly list of quarantined areas, or imposing regulations on the collection and distribution of sheep semen, but we can't all have the glamorous jobs, right? I mean, people have to be responsible for building and maintaining our roads, collecting tolls, balancing the budget, and teaching the children, right? RIGHT?! Someone MUST TEACH THE CHILDREN!!
Heh. Wait. Pupation! That is a truly awesome word! Say it with me now: "pupation." See? Fun! Oh, those gypsy moth pupae and their crazy pupal casings and oviposition sites and all... Pupa! Hmmm... Ooooh, watch out! You almost stepped in that dog pupa! Heh-heh. How do I come up with this stuff?! Oh, it's killing me! GAH!
- Random and Odd commented:
Oh Dear God, kick the 'Quil girl!
Hey, Shaun wrote something about your boyfriend on his site!
Go get em Cat!
- » 3/30/2005 10:03 AM
- Circus Kelli commented:
Now see, I always thought pupas were those black circles in the middle of your eyes...
Praise God and pass the nyquil.
- » 3/30/2005 8:24 PM