I designed and illustrated an infographic for New York Conservationist magazine's June 2018 issue, in collaboration with Cornell entomologist Cole Gilbert. This centrefold visualizes distinctive flash patterns of different species in New York.
Flashes serve as a dialogue between males and females, with the males doing the flying. Interestingly, the color of the flashes depends on the time of activity- with late flyers producing a green flash and early evening flyers making a yellow flash. For the online issue click here