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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 Strecker Tiger Moth
Strecker Tiger Moth commented on by LivanEscudero Fort Collins, Colorado, USAa day ago

Likely because of location Species Grammia f-pallida - Hodges#8189
But could be Species Grammia figurata - Figured Tiger Moth - Hodges#8188
I'm not sure.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/132873
http://bugguide.net/node/view/135363

LivanEscudero Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle Larva
Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle Larva commented on by LivanEscudero Illinois, USAa day ago

Yep, Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle.

LivanEscudero Aphid
Aphid commented on by LivanEscudero Elgin, Illinois, USA4 days ago

Some kind of Aphid it looks like to me. Something similar to this perhaps
http://bugguide.net/node/view/356327

LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero New Jersey, USA4 days ago

It's a Silkmoth but not sure which. I believe it's a Callosamia species.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/291

LivanEscudero Green lacewing larva
Green lacewing larva commented on by LivanEscudero North Carolina, USA4 days ago

Agree with lacewing. I think one of the Green Lacewings like these:
http://bugguide.net/node/view/72302

LivanEscudero Mason or potter wasp egg case
Mason or potter wasp egg case commented on by LivanEscudero North Carolina, USA4 days ago

That's a Mason/Potter Wasp nest. They seal their larva in the little clay pots with food.

LivanEscudero Case-bearing Leaf Beetle
Case-bearing Leaf Beetle commented on by LivanEscudero Crystal River, Florida, USA6 days ago

A few possible species here, not sure.

LivanEscudero Handsome Fungus Beetle
Handsome Fungus Beetle commented on by LivanEscudero Crystal River, Florida, USA6 days ago

Not sure which of the two species.

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

I'm not sure of the suggestion above having done a little more research. It may be a Arge sp. instead. The forked antennae occur on the male of some species. I don't see any with forked antennae in bugguide or google searches. I think bugguide would be very interested in adding this photo and I'm sure they can provide an accurate ID. Please consider posting it there.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/19836/bgpa...

LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Crystal River, Florida, USA2 weeks ago

I think it is a ground spider, but that's just a guess. I find many spiders very difficult to ID.