Thursday, 15 September 2022

Herpetologic Verse: Still More REPTILES

A follow-up to blog-posts of June 2019 , and May, 2020.








green anole, appearing gray, climbing down fencepost


same anole, 2 minutes later









The reptilian suborder Serpentes was previously known as Ophidia, a term derived from ophis, Greek for 'snake'. 







 midland painted turtle (in Ontario), scurrying home









 




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Saturday, 10 September 2022

NON-SEQUITURS #2


This blogpost is a continuation of material developed for a blog-post in 2021 entitled "Non-Sequiturs #1'. Click HERE to see that posting.













































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Monday, 5 September 2022

Grandpa Greg's Advanced Grammar: PLURALIA TANTUM






 












'MORONICS'  


"With traditions that date back to Phonics

And deep roots fit to mime Hydroponics,

My proposed field of study:

How clear waters turn muddy --

Raise your glass for a toast to Moronics."

Dr.G.H. and Giorgio Coniglio, 2022   



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