George Ball in Edmonton Journal
George Ball, an ESA member for 40+ years and a faculty member of the University of Alberta, is the subject of a May 6 newspaper article called "Going bug-eyed for beetles."
Ball, who is 86 years old, said “I like beetles, especially ground beetles, because they have a nice compact form that varies in shape, size and colour. Their esthetics appeal to the simple mind. They taught me a lot about the diversity of life. Without them, our notion of natural selection would be impoverished.”
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