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A. Vukušić Grasshopper
Grasshopper commented on by A. Vukušić Војводина, Serbia6 years ago

also, i orient compliments towards you for that great shot. nice one mate

A. Vukušić Grasshopper
Grasshopper commented on by A. Vukušić Војводина, Serbia6 years ago

i wouldn't say they're mating, as they're nymphs, but the ones i keep seem to do it too. i'm very interested to find out what exactly they /are/ doing

A. Vukušić Leatherback ground beetle
Leatherback ground beetle commented on by A. Vukušić Gelderland, Netherlands6 years ago

from what i know, this is a carabidae larva, though i don't know which species it might be..

A. Vukušić Eupholidoptera Katydid cricket (Ευφολιδόπτερη μεγάστυλη)
Eupholidoptera Katydid cricket (Ευφολιδόπτερη μεγάστυλη) commented on by A. Vukušić Δήμος Βόλου, Περιφέρεια Θεσσαλίας, Greece7 years ago

what an interesting colouration, nice find :)

A. Vukušić Goat Moth
Goat Moth commented on by A. Vukušić Zagreb, Croatia7 years ago

thank you

A. Vukušić Red collared longhorn beetle
Red collared longhorn beetle commented on by A. Vukušić Croatia7 years ago

i found one here too, probably a longhorn beetle (cermabycidae)?

A. Vukušić Broad-headed Bug
Broad-headed Bug commented on by A. Vukušić Croatia7 years ago

definately hemiptera, i'm thinking lygaeidae. camptopus lateralis?

A. Vukušić Green huntsman spider
Green huntsman spider commented on by A. Vukušić Croatia7 years ago

It's awesome to see those out again, I'll be on the lookout for them as my last specimen had an eggsack, so I had to let it go. Amazing spotting :)

A. Vukušić Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by A. Vukušić Braintree, England, United Kingdom7 years ago

Well, I'd say it's terrestrial larvae. My educated guess is beetle larvae.

A. Vukušić Zoropsis spinimana
Zoropsis spinimana commented on by A. Vukušić Civezzano, TAA, Italy7 years ago

Interesting, I asked around in my local Natural History museum, they fill the abdomen with stuffing. It's as complicated as it sounds and also requires the removal of internal organs. But frankly, that's not working out so well either. I'll see if I can aquire such an air pump and try your method.

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