Circus of the Spineless #10

COTS #10 is up on Science & Sensibility. No, it's not the Carnival of the Sycophants. "Spineless" as in:
... Of the two and a half million animals so far described considerably less than 60,000 fall into the sub-phylum Vertebrata [the spined] - that is, less than three percent of described animals build their bodies in the same way we do. Even that number is a great under-estimation; there are probably at least 10 million arthropods and very few vertebrates not yet known to man. ...
So, fellow gardeners, when you're feeling outnumbered by the beasties in your garden, you are.

Your host got picked up for this issue:
More beetle news from Xris of Flatbush Gardener who reports that the state of New York has decided to change the state insect to one that actually lives in the state of New York.
Even cooler, several of my favorite bloggers are also in this issue, including:
And there's several blogs in COTS #10 new to me which are going on my rolls.

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