The Metamorphosis of the Bug Man 

From a garage full of caterpillars, Carl A. Olson spent the last 38 years curating the state's largest insect collection

Ascending to the fourth floor of the Forbes Building at the UA, you are transported into a world where plants and insects outnumber people exponentially. At the end of the hall and along a corridor of the Department of Entomology in the…

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