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0 0 Spotting


by varcakAlabama, USA

0 0 Spotting


by DeshuHoshiarpur, Punjab, India

0 1 Walking stick

Walking stick

by MatthewKritzerCartago, Costa Rica


1 1 Oak Beauty

Oak Beauty

by GregoryMcGoughMaine, USA

Great camoflage!

0 1 Spotting


by varcakAlabama, USA

1 0 Pluto sphinx moth

Pluto sphinx moth

by auntnance123Florida, USA

green brown and gray 'camoflage' above; ...

3 5 Questionmark


by SanciaMatthyssenTexas, USA

Brown camoflage on outer wings, deep orange ...

1 1 Scorpionfish


by Ron CaswellCoxen Hole, Honduras

Bottom dwelling reef fish that is well

26 22 White Lopper Moth

White Lopper Moth

by NicoleWennerbomQueensland, Australia

I found this moth attached to a tree in my backyard. Perfectly

0 0 Francolin


by KarenSaxtonIsiolo, Rift Valley, Kenya

Great camoflage in a chicken like bird

0 2 Ambush bug

Ambush bug

by lindistarAlgarve, Portugal

camoflage, black tipped antenne. crawled ...

0 1 fawn


by KarenSaxtonCoquille, Oregon, USA

This fawn, probably a black tail deer, appears to have been motherless for ...

0 0 Gray Cracker

Gray Cracker

by KarenSaxtonBelize

camoflage against predators

0 0 Spotting


by DeschlagerMinnesota, USA

Wondering what the very camoflaged ...

2 2 harlequin race runner

harlequin race runner

by SureshPort of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

well camoflaged this lizard is exact ...

0 2 Spotting


by AlexanderSteinNewport, Oregon, USA

A small green fish. Tadpole-shaped body. A size comparison can be seen in the ...

2 0 Ilia Underwing Caterpiller

Ilia Underwing Caterpiller

by theblueeyedgurlHiawassee, Georgia, USA

light purple underbelly, camoflaged as a ...

0 0 Spotting


by MudWiggle

Large Grasshopper, 2-3 inches in length, subdued

2 2 Planthopper


by Francis FloeIloilo City, Western Visayas, Philippines

Flat planthopper around 1 cm.

0 0 butterfly pupae

butterfly pupae

by rivu.ghoraiHaldia, West Bengal, India

coloration is varying shade of green. about 1.5" long. perfectly

0 0 Spotting


by auntnance123Florida, USA

approx.3/8 inch; appears to be collecting the red lichen and

3 4 Red-capped Plover Nest

Red-capped Plover Nest

by StevenSpraggWestern Australia, Australia

These eggs were so camoflaged that i nearly ...

0 0 Black-tailed Deer

Black-tailed Deer

by AlexanderSteinOregon, USA

. Juveniles have speckled patterns on their fur for

1 2 killdeer


by KarenSaxtonBandon, Oregon, USA

camoflage in 3rd pic

0 0 Hobomok Skipper

Hobomok Skipper

by MickGrantRipley, Ohio, USA

Well camoflaged creature - which creates a ...

0 0 Green lacewing

Green lacewing

by auntnance123Cocoa, Florida, USA

approx. 3/4 inch long

0 0 goldenrod crab spider

goldenrod crab spider

Florence, Kentucky, USA

for camoflage and uses its front 2 legs to ...

1 0 Orb web weaving spider

Orb web weaving spider

by CharliePriceLaunceston, Tasmania, Australia

Small green spider , trying to camoflage ...

1 1 Gliding Lizard

Gliding Lizard

by kfoxKiên Giang, Viet Nam

This is a gliding lizard. I saw it move from the upper limbs of the tree and ...

0 2 Potato Bug

Potato Bug

by LuisStevensSan Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

Green insect with very long antennae. Very well

0 0 Gray tree frog

Gray tree frog

by TravisDaigleTexas, USA

stone colored anphibian the size of a silver dollar

0 0 Smaller Parasa

Smaller Parasa

by Abbey SheppardPennsylvania, USA

Camouflage/ mimicking leaf Winged Green Brown

0 3 Blow snake , Western hognose, Blowing viper, etc.

Blow snake , Western hognose, Blowing viper, etc.

by cheapshot56Utah, USA

Sandy colored with light and darker sandy brown spots. You can see how well it ...

8 2 Splendid Fairy-wren

Splendid Fairy-wren

by Nyssaflutterby4490, Queensland, Australia

If ever there was a course for birds in

2 0 timber rattlesnake

timber rattlesnake

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

blackish-brown with tan body, very hard to spot where i saw it. has a ratlle ...

1 0 Yellow Admiral

Yellow Admiral

by flyingfrogconceptsMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

camoflage underwings. Males and females do ...

2 6 Crested lark

Crested lark

by leoarchitectJamnagar, India

spotted this lovely bird, early morning at around 7 am, in the bird sanctuary. ...

4 4 Australasian Pipit

Australasian Pipit

by MacChristiansen4871, Queensland, Australia

The Australasian Pipit is a well-camoflaged ...

2 0 Common Musk Turtle

Common Musk Turtle

by Hunter HebenstreitGainesville, Georgia, USA


0 0 Yellow Admiral

Yellow Admiral

by flyingfrogconceptsMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

camoflage underwings. Males and females do ...

1 5 Leaf beetle camoflage

Leaf beetle camoflage

by martinlVictoria, Australia

These green and pink beetles were prolific on a couple of small planted ...

1 0 spider


by KarenSaxtonEl Dorado, Provincia de Orellana, Ecuador

Attempting to blend in with the bark on a tree, this spider has a leg span of ...

0 0 Killdeer


by dane.a.hepIdaho, USA

Small shorebird that is known for its broken wing fake out. Males and females ...

2 2 Green Grocer Cicada

Green Grocer Cicada

by flyingfrogconceptsMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

Big, green bug! Doesn't move at all during day, sitting still for

0 0 Desert Cottontail

Desert Cottontail

by NehemiahBrandySteinbrecherNebraska, USA

Desert Cottontails breed like rabbits- they can conceive the day after giving ...

0 0 Eastern Fence Lizard, female

Eastern Fence Lizard, female

by KarenPuracanOcala, Florida, USA

pointy, and wonderfully camoflaged to ...

4 0 Cope's Grey Treefrog

Cope's Grey Treefrog

by Margaret15Georgia, USA

Small frog 2", capable of changing color and mottling from grey to green. It is ...

4 0 Common Tussock (male)

Common Tussock (male)

by armadeus.4Okia Flat, Otago, New Zealand

the underside of their wings which, when they are closed, makes them well ...

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