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found in Field of Entomology division of ...
Dusty brown colored scarab beetle
Jungle near water.
Did a little research online on www.
True bug laying eggs on a wall.
About half an inch long, dark brown shield bug lined with orange.
Identified by Brandon Woo, undergrad at Cornell University majoring in
Flesh fly (Sarcophaga) perched on cat's ear flower heads
Dark brown shield-shaped stink bug. Possible Brochymena.
This is from when I worked at a Clemson University
Found on Cosmos...
Found this in my backyard.
My entomology lecturer said never bother to ...
1-2 inch long yellow grasshoppers with not fully developed wings.
Matches well with this picture from the referenced site. http://www.
when she died I prepared in entomology way.
Adult stage, wingspan of about 35 mm.
Small green true bug
Lots of these guys around the house although this was probably the largest I'd ...
Quite a large, beautiful species of mantid. A real treat.
Most adult flies are black or brown with yellow banded abdomens and body ...
Was found in my family's flower/vegetable garden, and she posed very nicely on ...
A closeup shot of cuckoo wasp.
A burgundy colored moth with blue silver costal edge and speckling/spots
Found chirping on very pale dried plants by the freeway.
flies. These flies are important in the field of forensic
Is this a mud wasp?
They have an extraordinarily thin, straight, stalk-like ...
Large roach, ~ 8 cm in length. Dark, semi-rectangular patch in center of ...
association with carrion, and have significant potential for use in forensic ...
Found in backyard after clearing a camping area. Brush area next to Juniperus ...
This one is a bit tattered. In a field of wildflowers near Gold Lake, CA.
this one. http://www.
Smaller in size compared to the butterflies I'd usually seen at home.
This species is found from southern British Columbia east to Montana, extending ...
Tiny hopper. Length is only about 5 mm.
Very excellent page about this species on UF's Dept' of
Brush-footed butterfly (Nymphalidae) with elongated labial palpi, patterned ...
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