- January: Happy New Year, everyone!
- February: My dear Hooker, I was grateful for your very kind wishes; and for the book about the Anoles of the West Indes, which I expect I shall read with much enjoyment.
- March: Plants' ancient relationship with animal pollinators is pretty crazy, when you think about it.
- April: In which a new technology loses its shine.
- May: What has two thumbs and forgot to submit to the Carnival of Evolution this month? This guy.
- June: Greg Laden hosts this month's Carnival of Evolution, the monthly compendium of online writing about descent with modification and all its consequences, complications, and controversies.
- July: So counterintuitive, it's counterfactual.
- August: The latest edition of the Carnival of Evolution, a monthly collection of online writing about evolution and all its ramifications, is online at Sandwalk.
- September: The September issue of the Carnival of Evolution is online now at The End of the Pier Show.
- October: It's been ages since I posted a recipe, but I'm still doing lots of cooking.
- November: This week at Nothing in Biology Makes Sense, the big science post comes from ... me.
- December: Via Scott Chamberlain: A species of ants that lives in and around carnivorous pitcher plants isn't entirely freeloading.
22 December 2011
Twelve months of Denim and Tweed, 2011
Following DrugMonkey's lead, here's the first sentence posted to this site every month in 2011. (I've cheated a bit by skipping over boring introductory material in one or two cases.)