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10 13 giant shield bug

giant shield bug

by S FrazierPapua, Indonesia

A "giant shield bug" (Tessaratomidae: Lyramorpha) demonstrating

0 3 Small Milkweed Bug

Small Milkweed Bug

by LuisStevensSan Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

Brooding

2 1 Canada Goose Gang Brood

Canada Goose Gang Brood

by DavidMroczkowskiDe Pere, Wisconsin, USA

A female will likely lay between 3 and 12 eggs, but once hatched they may form ...

36 42 shield bug brood

shield bug brood

by S FrazierIndonesia

A "giant shield bug" (Family Tessaratomidae) demonstrating

3 9 White-margined Burrower Bug

White-margined Burrower Bug

by RiekoSNew York, USA

somewhat unusual in that they exhibit

174 89 giant shield bug

giant shield bug

by S FrazierPapua, Indonesia

http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/7158285.... She's still on the job but ...

17 4 giant shield bug

giant shield bug

by S FrazierPapua, Indonesia

http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/7146358. She's still vigilant but look ...

30 19 giant shield bug

giant shield bug

by S FrazierIndonesia

A "giant shield bug" (Tessaratomidae) demonstrating

1 0 Robertson's blue

Robertson's blue

by rautenbachfCape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

Dark upper side and a fairly slow wandering flight. The males exhibit hill ...

2 0 Thorn Tree Hopper

Thorn Tree Hopper

by bugadriennePompano Beach, Florida, USA

in the photos are working as a team. Both of their

26 31 Bark bug

Bark bug

by asergioCuritiba, PR, Brazil

. They are known by their social behavior ...

0 2 Brown-Headed Cowbird - Immature

Brown-Headed Cowbird - Immature

by HeatherMillerDecatur, Georgia, USA

it landed and the others left. After reading about the "Mafia

0 0 Eastern tiger swallowtail

Eastern tiger swallowtail

by RiekoSaitoNew York, USA

spring to fall, during which it produces two to three

2 0 Grass-Carrying Wasp

Grass-Carrying Wasp

by Gordon DietzmanRoseville, Minnesota, USA

Isodontia apicalis. They are also known as bird-nest wasps, due to the type of ...

9 12 California Towhee raising a Brown Headed Cowbird

California Towhee raising a Brown Headed Cowbird

by JemmaCalifornia, USA

is a brood Parasite. it lays its eggs in ...

11 4 King Rail

King Rail

by James McNairFlorida, USA

The king rail is a waterbird, the largest North American rail. A chicken-sized ...

0 2 Brow-headed Cowbird

Brow-headed Cowbird

by HeatherMillerAtlanta, Georgia, USA

book. "It is a small brood parasitic ...

6 2 Northern ( Yellow Shafted ) Flicker

Northern ( Yellow Shafted ) Flicker

by cfusonMason, Ohio, USA

The northern flicker is a large brown woodpecker. It has a white tail with ...

0 0 Himalayan Honey Bee

Himalayan Honey Bee

by SanjaySaklaniShimla, Himāchal Pradesh, India

and mainland Asia. These are less aggressive than any wild bees and also less ...

3 6 Dragon Fly (female)

Dragon Fly (female)

by BrandonBlountNew York, USA

Here is a female of the species Plathemis lydia. What you see here is the ...

0 0 Red-shouldered Hawk

Red-shouldered Hawk

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

. Being so close I was able to see a

19 8 giant shield bug nymphs

giant shield bug nymphs

by Scott FrazierIndonesia

This is probably Lyramorpha cf. maculifer but without the adult form I can't ...

0 0 American bluebird

American bluebird

by RiekoSNew York, USA

The bluebirds are a group of medium-sized, mostly insectivorous or omnivorous ...

1 0 Coturnix quail

Coturnix quail

by KarenPuracanFlorida, USA

!!!!" Frequently, from sunup to sundown.

2 3 Loggerhead Shrike

Loggerhead Shrike

by Dawn D. Lopez GaranzuaySan Antonio, Texas, USA

A gray bird with black wings that are adorned with white flashes. It has a ...

1 0 House Finch eggs

House Finch eggs

by FrancisQuintanaColorado, USA

subsequent broods or in following years. ...

0 0 Brown Headed Cowbird

Brown Headed Cowbird

by BrandonBlountNew York, USA

The second and third images show the courtship

0 0 Hummingbird Moth

Hummingbird Moth

by JimJohnson2Pennsylvania, USA

of its appearance and its behavior ...

1 0 Abeja melifera

Abeja melifera

by HansBroidiguerMóucarConcepción, VIII Región del Biobío, Chile

The genus Apis is Latin for "bee", and mellifera comes from Latin melli- ...

2 2 Domestic Mallard

Domestic Mallard

by nexttogoneBandera, Texas, USA

very seldom will hatch out others young.

1 0 European Starling

European Starling

by Dawn D. Lopez GaranzuaySan Antonio, Texas, USA

This is a medium sized bird that is dark in color. The plumage of adults in the ...

5 4 American Robin eggs

American Robin eggs

by scinelliRevelstoke, British Columbia, Canada

. The oldest baby leaves the nest before the later babies, too. Tummy

7 11 Harris's Hawk

Harris's Hawk

by FrancisQuintanaLakewood, Colorado, USA

companion, financial supporter, and friend Edward Harris. The Harris Hawk is ...

0 0 Blue Jay Feather

Blue Jay Feather

by JimJohnson2Pennsylvania, USA

blueish or light brown with brown spots. Young are altricial, and are

1 1 Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (female)

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (female)

by jjharri2North Carolina, USA

broods. Adults feed on the nectar of many ...

6 0 Northern Cardinal (Male)

Northern Cardinal (Male)

by nexttogoneBandera, Texas, USA

The Northern Cardinal is a mid-sized songbird with a body length of 20–23.5 cm ...

0 0 American Coot

American Coot

by JackEngDelray Beach, Florida, USA

American Coot (Fulica americana) sharing space with a cooter - strange ...

0 1 American Coot

American Coot

by JackEngDelray Beach, Florida, USA

American Coot (Fulica americana) - a raft of 14 gathered - at Green Cay ...

1 4 Great Blue Heron (Fledglings)

Great Blue Heron (Fledglings)

by JackEngFlorida, USA

of her brood while I was observing them. ...

0 2 Blue Jay

Blue Jay

by JackEngDelray Beach, Florida, USA

Wetlands, Boynton Beach, Florida. This is my first time observing this

7 6 Green vine snake

Green vine snake

by MilindaPrasadMatugama, Sri Lanka

This snake is diurnal and mildly venomous. The reptile normally feeds on frogs ...

2 0 Sharp Shin Hawk

Sharp Shin Hawk

by Rose Ciulla Chris LangilleGloucester, Massachusetts, USA

brooded for 16 to 23 days by the female, ...

5 4 Great Blue Heron (Fledglings)

Great Blue Heron (Fledglings)

by JackEngFlorida, USA

the younger bird's behalf... After observing this "rough and tumble" sibling ...

4 4 Purple Martin

Purple Martin

by JackEngNew Haven, Connecticut, USA

Female Purple Martin (Progne subis) returns to her nest in a "condo complex" as ...