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0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by TechnoliteracyLA, California, USA

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by Kylecorry31Providence, Rhode Island, USA

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by empidonaxNew Jersey, USA

0 1 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by James A McNairCocoa, Florida, USA

0 3 Carolina Locust (female)

Carolina Locust (female)

by James McNairTitusville, Florida, USA

1 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by Kenyan MatherBaltimore, Maryland, USA

0 0 Black locust

Black locust

by Maria dBNorth Carolina, USA

A springtime flowering tree

0 0 carolina locust

carolina locust

by TonyaFayeJonasWest Virginia, USA

0 0 Black Locust

Black Locust

by AmandaChappellNorth Carolina, USA

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by daniel.dparsonsFort Collins, Colorado, USA

Reddish Brown

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by James A McNairCocoa, Florida, USA

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by juliejim7863Cocoa, Florida, USA

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by GregMastellerOhio, USA

Hanging out on a food container

1 0 Locust Sawfly Instar

Locust Sawfly Instar

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

This is one of the developmental (instar) stages of the

1 0 Carolina locust

Carolina locust

by mary.gallo.mBaltimore, Maryland, USA

The carolina

0 0 Carolina Locust - Grasshopper

Carolina Locust - Grasshopper

by MelanieHofmannFremont, California, USA

Photographed at Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont, CA.

2 0 Carolina locust

Carolina locust

by Brian38Yakima, Washington, United States

Large grasshopper resting on a rock with like colors.

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by WilliamsFamilyKansas, USA

A large carolina

5 5 Locust Borer

Locust Borer

by ceherzogRosman, North Carolina, USA

about 2 cm long

2 1 Locust Borer

Locust Borer

by ceherzogAsheville, North Carolina, USA

Found at the Pisgah Inn on the Blue Ridge Parkway

0 0 Sculptured Pine Borer

Sculptured Pine Borer

by HarryThompsonRaleigh, North Carolina, USA

This enormous bug flew by my head buzzing like a

0 0 Carolina locust

Carolina locust

by Brett Fargo, North Dakota, USA

mating happens around 86-104 degrees. It is poorly named because it is not a ...

0 0 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by DavidMroczkowskiIllinois, USA

It is abundant across the U.S. and southern Canada. They are large and can be ...

4 2 American bird grasshopper

American bird grasshopper

by Maria dBTopsail Beach, North Carolina, USA

locusts.

1 0 Differential Grasshopper

Differential Grasshopper

by nlralphNYC, New York, USA

From web searches, it looks to me most like a

0 2 Spotting

Spotting

by brandon.robert.potterAsheville, North Carolina, USA

An awesome and uncommon black locust ...

0 2 Honest Pero

Honest Pero

by ceherzogNorth Carolina, USA

34-36 mm wingspan

1 0 Cracked-cap Polypore

Cracked-cap Polypore

by M FortuneAsheville, North Carolina, USA

From 5 - 8 cm wide.

0 0 Swamp cicada

Swamp cicada

by Maria dBChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

Many colloquial names exist for Tibicen species, including

3 4 Swainson's hawk

Swainson's hawk

by Maria dBNorth Carolina, USA

It is also known as the grasshopper or

0 0 Black locust tree

Black locust tree

by Maria dBNorth Carolina, USA

The intensely fragrant (reminiscent of orange blossoms) flowers are white to ...

0 0 Pygmy grasshopper

Pygmy grasshopper

by Maria dBNorth Carolina, USA

These small (less than 20 mm) grasshoppers are also called pygmy

1 0 Common Spring Moth

Common Spring Moth

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

This geometrid moth has a black and white wing pattern. Each forewing has a ...

0 0 Silver-spotted Skipper

Silver-spotted Skipper

by ceherzogRosman, North Carolina, USA

4.4-6.1cm, Hindwing has a clear silver-white patch in the center

0 1 Black Locust Tree

Black Locust Tree

by sleighgreenSouth Carolina, USA

The thorns are WICKED and painful! From Wikipedia: The Black

0 1 Carolina Locust

Carolina Locust

by doreen.chambers.14Vermont, USA

1 1/2 - 2 inches. A large grasshopper with a short antennae. Tan or grayish, ...

3 0 Silver-spotted Skipper

Silver-spotted Skipper

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Butterfly with brown-black wings; hindwing is lobed. Forewing has transparent ...

0 0 Black Locust Tree

Black Locust Tree

by KenCheeksNorth Augusta, South Carolina, USA

Robinia pseudoacacia, commonly known as the Black

0 0 Clammy Locust

Clammy Locust

by KenCheeksWindsor, South Carolina, USA

Tree/shrub that grows to 40 feet in height with showy pink flowers.

0 0 Carpenterworm Moth

Carpenterworm Moth

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Forewing in female mottled gray and blackish, slightly translucent. Forewing in ...

0 0 American Bird Grasshopper

American Bird Grasshopper

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

The overall color gradually changes from a pinkish-brown or reddish-brown to ...

1 1 Silver-spotted Skipper

Silver-spotted Skipper

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Wings are brown-black; hindwing is lobed. Forewing has transparent gold spots; ...

0 3 Cicada

Cicada

by ArinaDugginsSouth Carolina, USA

unique sound. Cicadas are often colloquially called

1 0 Lesser Migratory Grasshopper

Lesser Migratory Grasshopper

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Very similar to several other species, and females in particular can be very ...

0 0 Common Angle Moth

Common Angle Moth

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Geometrid Moth (Family Geometridae): Adult: forewing falcate (having ...

2 0 Goldenrod soldier beetle

Goldenrod soldier beetle

by NopayahnahChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

locust eggs and cucumber beetles.The ...

1 0 Northern Carmine Bee-eater

Northern Carmine Bee-eater

by LiamSouth Carolina, USA

and other flying insects, such as grasshoppers and