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LivanEscudero

LivanEscudero

I'm not a scientist, but always had a passion for the natural world. Looking forward to sharing this hobby with like-minded individuals.

Miami-Dade County, FLLat: 25.79, Long: -80.23

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LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Limón, Costa Ricaa week ago

I think it is safe to say it is a beetle larvae and that it is most likely a firefly or net winged beetle larvae, putting it safely in the Superfamily Elateroidea. That would be my guess.

LivanEscudero Barred Yellow Sulphur Butterfly
Barred Yellow Sulphur Butterfly commented on by LivanEscudero Titusville, Florida, USAa week ago

I think this is a winter browner form of what I suggested above. If it is, then is not technically a skipper.

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Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero L.A., California, USAa week ago

I suspect it is Phidippus adumbratus, but I don't know enough about the subgroups to say 100%.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/26340

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Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Gainesville, Florida, USAa week ago

It looks to me as if in all likelihood is a fly that has been attacked by a fungus. Similar to these: http://bugguide.net/node/view/59369/bgim...

LivanEscudero Monarch Caterpillars
Monarch Caterpillars commented on by LivanEscudero Gainesville, Florida, USAa week ago

Scientific name: Danaus plexippus

LivanEscudero Luna Moth
Luna Moth commented on by LivanEscudero Gainesville, Florida, USAa week ago

Yes, very nice. The abdomen is "caterpillar" size because it has just come out of the pupa stage, as snorman said. As it pumps fluid from it into the wings, the abdomen gets smaller as the wings get larger. From the antennas we can see its a male, by the way. Scientific name: Actias luna.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/562

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Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USAa week ago

Same as your other spotting, this is one is just younger from the look of it.

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Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USAa week ago

From the number and curve of those ribs, I say part of some snake.

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Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Texas, USA2 weeks ago

I think it may be the Louisa Tawny Emperor or the Texas. Not sure. See them in the reference page in suggestion.

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Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Michigan, USA2 weeks ago

Definitely not a cicada. It is the empty shell of a dragonfly nymph. It reminds me of that of a Cruiser, but I couldn't say for sure.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/301/bgimag...