On a glorious, sunny day in late June, a small team of entomologists convened at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge to do what entomologists do best: collect insects.
They had come to take part in a rapid ecological assessment of arthropod biodiversity, where we collect as many species as possible in a short time.
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