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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 Maryland, USAa day ago

Looks like a Katydid of some kind, perhaps in the subfamily Phaneropterinae
http://bugguide.net/node/view/6288

LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USAa day ago

It's a member of the Longlegged Flies, but I couldn't tell you which. Though it is likely in the subfamily Sciapodinae
http://bugguide.net/node/view/12491

LivanEscudero Raspberry Crown Borer
Raspberry Crown Borer commented on by LivanEscudero North Carolina, USAa week ago

Welcome. My pleasure.

LivanEscudero Raspberry Crown Borer
Raspberry Crown Borer commented on by LivanEscudero North Carolina, USAa week ago

You got it; it is a clear wing moth. Cool.

LivanEscudero Swamp Rosemallow
Swamp Rosemallow commented on by LivanEscudero Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA2 weeks ago

I'm looking for an ID on this plant also. I believe it's a mallow, but which kind?

LivanEscudero Cotton Stainer
Cotton Stainer commented on by LivanEscudero Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA2 weeks ago

This amorous pair are bugs rather than beetles. If you know... Would like an ID of the plant they are on.

LivanEscudero Lacewing Larve
Lacewing Larve commented on by LivanEscudero Washington Township, Ohio, USA2 weeks ago

Looks like a Lacewing larva of some kind. You can change your category from other to arthropod as it is an insect.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/72304

LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero New Jersey, USA2 weeks ago

This beetle is in the Cinerea Group. I'm fairly sure is either E. cinerea or E. funebris. Apparently, according to bugguide, the way to tell them apart is by observing the mouthparts.

LivanEscudero Southern Carpenter Bee ♂
Southern Carpenter Bee ♂ commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA3 weeks ago

Actually, comparing the "faces" in figure4 of the link in my other comment to your photo #4, I'm more confident it is X. micans

LivanEscudero Southern Carpenter Bee ♂
Southern Carpenter Bee ♂ commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA3 weeks ago

Note : it may be the very similar Xylocopa virginica a male Eastern Carpenter Bee. I'm going with southern because you mentioned a noticeable blue abdomen. Bugguide mentions that southerns have a more purplish iridescent abdomen. Here are other details to distinguish them, though I don't believe visible in the photos.
http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/misc...