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Elizabeth Bernays

Elizabeth Bernays

Bernays, Elizabeth
Title: Elizabeth Bernays
Reading Date: Monday, April 25, 2005



by Jason Zuzga

Opening Remarks-9293

Excerpt from "Flying with Lepidoptera"-9295


Bernays, Elizabeth. Rosebud 39 (2008): n.p.

Remarks on the manduca sexta; "On Watching a Tobacco Hornworm"; remarks on her field research-9297


Bernays, Elizabeth. A Hard Road to Hoe 6 (2003): 11-12.

"When April's orange poppies came..."-9299


Short poem about the woolly bear caterpillar; unpublished.

On her field research on woolly bear caterpillars-9301

On the diet of woolly bear caterpillars-9303

On the woolly bear caterpillar's neurophysiological response to parasites; "Precision"-9305



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Reading Date: Monday, April 25, 2005
Series: Hi-Tea
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

In this reading and presentation, originally given with Charles Alexander, writer and biologist Elizabeth Bernays reads from her large body of literary works and discusses her entomological research.