Thursday, February 26, 2009
Lake Vättern proudly presents the charr Salvelinus umbla! Its ancestors were among the first to occupie new waters as the ice cap melted away. The species now makes a popular dish at the restaurants around Lake Vättern in Southern Sweden.
Saturday, February 21, 2009
This is in fact another archaeological reconstruction but I reckon the scene comes familiar to modern bear hunters as well. Some things never change. Well, the rifle has replaced the spear and the bow and GPS makes a big difference but the use of dogs to find and distract the bear is still the same.
Friday, February 13, 2009
Because modern forestry and agriculture allow few hollow trees, where the larvae of Osmoderma eremita develop, this species has decreased all over its distribution range. This is an illustration for a guide to nature reserves in Jönköping’s parish.