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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 Connecticut, USAa week ago

It's a snail in of the genus Oxyloma, but not sure what species.
I found this on google. I noticed it looks just likethe one in the Youtube video, but I don't know if the video is ID'ed correctly.
https://www.google.com/search?sa=X&r...

LivanEscudero Sea Plume
Sea Plume commented on by LivanEscudero Islas de la Bahía, Hondurasa week ago

As always thank you for the spotting of the day. Project Noah is such a wonderful place to see so much awesome life from all over the planet, and also such a great excuse to keep going out into nature.

To Mark: The little blue cup is Niphates digitalis (Pink vase sponge) It comes in variety of colors. I didn't take a photo to feature it though :-( Next time. http://www.portol.org/guide/sp_92.html

LivanEscudero Silky Cane Weevil
Silky Cane Weevil commented on by LivanEscudero Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA3 months ago

Oh yes, i agree with your ID.

LivanEscudero Broad-headed Bug
Broad-headed Bug commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA3 months ago

Not a 100% sure because the silhouetted photo. From very curved back legs and overall shape, I think it is this Species Hyalymenus longispinus of Broad headed bug. http://bugguide.net/node/view/107108/bgi... But look through some of the others.

LivanEscudero Silky Cane Weevil
Silky Cane Weevil commented on by LivanEscudero Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA3 months ago

I think it's one of these two from what I can see in your photo. I'm leaning towards the former but not really sure: Rhynchophorus cruentatus - Palmetto Weevil
http://bugguide.net/node/view/409/bgimag...
Or
Rhodobaenus quinquepunctatus - Cocklebur Weevil
http://bugguide.net/node/view/160916/bgi...

LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Federal Way, Washington, USA4 months ago

Yes a fly, not a bee. Possibly this or similar:
http://bugguide.net/node/view/106390

LivanEscudero Boxelder bug (nymph)
Boxelder bug (nymph) commented on by LivanEscudero Fort Worth, Texas, USA4 months ago

Those are the nymphs ( juvenile stage ) of some sort of true bug; they are not beetles. I don't know ID off the top of my head.

LivanEscudero Common Ground Dove
Common Ground Dove commented on by LivanEscudero Willemstad, Curaçao, Netherlands4 months ago

Place on map looks right at my end. It was the "backyard" of the Hilton on Piscadera in Curacao.

LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA4 months ago

Very hard to tell from that little peek of the face. But maybe this or similar?
http://bugguide.net/node/view/40398

LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA5 months ago

Not at all sure. Maybe Harlequin (Holothuria grisea) ???