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My cat is always eating these poor birds.
1.5 inches long.
A young Mantis.
1.25 inches body length.
Feeding the baby.
Found this while walking. Could be a mushroom.
Eight cm wingspan.
Translucent elongated spider with 1.5 cm body length .
1 mm long armored insect nymph maybe.
Bluish black ant about 13 mm body length.
1.5 mm body length.
A wingless Mantis that mimics a stick insect?
About 2mm body diameter.
Wingspan about 1.25 inch.
Moth caterpillar? About 5mm long.
About 20mm wingspan.
2 inches wingspan.
Foto tirada no Campus da UFRN-Caicó/RN
About one inch long moth caterpillar.
Green colored bug nymph.
0.5 inch high mushroom.
12 mm body length.
Small moth about 1 cm. wingspan.
egg of a shark "Pata-roxa" that i found on ...
Spotted during National Caving Congress (Cave Photography workshop).
A jumper with a furry legs. Total length 7 mm.
Mating adult Atlas Moth. The smaller one is the male.
A Day old caterpillar, 1 cm in length.
1,5 cm body length mounted on six stilt legs.
4 cm wingspan yellowish-white moth.
On the fourth day, the feathers began to grow.
A black jumping spider about 1cm body length.
Light green crab spider with a body length of about 8 mm.
Yellow moth with black pattern.
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