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0 0 date palm sap

date palm sap

by SushilBaraiBhatpara, West Bengal, India

the unfermented sap drop

0 0 Spotting


by EdwinTeddyZizakNew York, USA

Tree sap

2 0 birch tree sap

birch tree sap

by StanleyTakaroNelsonville, New York, USA

Amber, fist sized glob of birch sap.

1 0 Sap beetle

Sap beetle

by TamaraMiranda

Urbanized area

0 0 Pine sap

Pine sap

by Hema ShahCalifornia, USA

Running yellow sap from a felled gray pine.

1 0 Sap of Giant Bird of Paradise

Sap of Giant Bird of Paradise

by CindyBinghamKeiserEscondido, California, USA

Plentiful brown sap oozing from the ...

1 0 Prinky poppy

Prinky poppy

by usedpaperHawaii, USA

hawaiian name: Puakala

0 1 Tree sap (? tree)

Tree sap (? tree)

by harmoniousdischordDenton, Texas, USA

Tree sap. Does anyone recognize the type of ...

1 0 treehopper


by ashutosh.dudhatraRajkot, India

A beautiful treehopper....they feed upon

1 0 Sap Feeding Beetle

Sap Feeding Beetle

by beaker98Illinois, USA

Hardwood timber joining a local canal.

0 0 Spotting


by PAL Port RichmondSingapore

this is a picture of a tree that contains

0 0 Spotting


by KatieAshton-Mckenzie2484, New South Wales, Australia

Has a milky white sap.

0 1 Sweetgum tree

Sweetgum tree

by KathrynWhiteTexas, USA

Bleeding it's sap

0 2 Red Breasted Sap Sucker

Red Breasted Sap Sucker

by Brayden HatchCalifornia, USA

Red head

2 0 Sap from eucalyptus bark

Sap from eucalyptus bark

by SeemaPatelOrange, California, USA

0 3 Sugar Maples

Sugar Maples

by dcfieldviewConnecticut, USA

Neighbor's collecting sugar maple sap.

0 0 Compton tortoiseshell

Compton tortoiseshell

by ReneeAubuchonHainsworthAlberta, Canada

Enjoying my Birch sap :)

0 0 Spotting


by EdwinTeddyZizakNew York, USA

Tree sap

1 5 Darling Underwing

Darling Underwing

by SappingCornwall, Ontario, Canada

0 1 Myrtle spurge

Myrtle spurge

by morsewtColorado, USA

Apparently the sap is really poisonous

0 0 Pine Sap

Pine Sap

by PerilsOfPlastic Tulare, California, USA

0 0 Pine sap

Pine sap

by FutureEcologistHuntington Beach, California, USA

0 0 Hemipteran Nymph

Hemipteran Nymph

by Juan DiTraniPanamá, Panama

Sucking sap from the plants

0 1 Spotting


by ritadoucette66

We call it a sap sucker..dont know the name

1 0 Sap Beetle

Sap Beetle

by stephanielrickmanIllinois, USA


0 0 Sap Beetle

Sap Beetle

by Tina-MariaTozziMontréal, Québec, Canada

0 1 Sap beetle, Picnic beetle

Sap beetle, Picnic beetle

by Tina-MariaTozziMontréal, Québec, Canada

0 0 Sap-sucking slug

Sap-sucking slug

by Marek KoszorekΑποκεντρωμένη Διοίκηση Μακεδονίας - Θράκης, Greece

1 0 Sugar maple

Sugar maple

by JoyWrightPlymouth, Minnesota, USA

Bark has dark deep ridges

0 0 Maple tree

Maple tree

Tamanrasset, Algeria

Brown, gives sap

1 0 American Dagger Moth

American Dagger Moth

by SappingCornwall, Ontario, Canada

Southern Canada

1 0 Red Breasted Sap Sucker

Red Breasted Sap Sucker

by Hema ShahFremont, California, USA


2 0 Native Broom (sap)

Native Broom (sap)

by kdpicturemakerNew South Wales, Australia

Amber translucent sap oozes from the trunk ...

0 0 Four-spotted Sap Beetle

Four-spotted Sap Beetle

by J. RydeenWisconsin, USA

Managed to catch a photo of this one just as it flew off a raspberry leaf.

6 4 Buffalo treehopper

Buffalo treehopper

by asergioCuritiba, Paraná, Brazil

Like other sap sucker insects, membracids ...

0 0 Meliponid Bees feeding on Tree Sap

Meliponid Bees feeding on Tree Sap

by LaurenZarateTuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico

Tiny Meliponid bees lost in a mass of tree

3 0 Burrowing Bug

Burrowing Bug

by DianePlatcoBrooksCorning, Ohio, USA

small black bug

0 0 Aphids.


by catgaulWaitakere Ranges, Auckland, New Zealand

Disgusting little sap sucking bugs that ...

0 0 Spotting


서울특별시 (Seoul), Republic of Korea

greenish yellowish leaves that are filled with some kind of

1 0 Spotting


Pursat, Cambodia

It is very long and has a lot of leaves especially in the top.

1 0 Yellow Bellied Sapsucker

Yellow Bellied Sapsucker

by Mary Henschel ChadseySarasota, Florida, USA

Sapsuckers are woodpeckers that drill rows of

4 2 Tree Sap

Tree Sap

BA, Argentina

This is an incredible amount of tree sap ...

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