Time Lapse Video of BSF Eating: A Gem from Fellow Researchers in Costa Rica

While traveling, I had the excellent opportunity to visit Stefan Diener, a Swiss reasearcher and entomologist doing research on Black Soldier Fly as an “ecological engineer” for waste management.  EAWAG has an excellent site about Stefan’s work here.  Also exciting, Stefan showed me a time lapse video he took the time to make  of the BSF eating two fish (one cooked and one uncooked) and has been kind enough to share it.  Here it is below: seeing is believing!

If you have trouble viewing let me know!


1 Response to “Time Lapse Video of BSF Eating: A Gem from Fellow Researchers in Costa Rica”

  1. 1 brooneeopicle 11 December 2009 at 6:55 pm

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