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Aarongunnar ambush bug
ambush bug commented on by Aarongunnar Tennessee, USA4 years ago

Awesome set of pics!

Aarongunnar Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Aarongunnar Michigan, USA4 years ago

Oil Beetle (Meloe sp.)

Aarongunnar Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Aarongunnar Connecticut, USA7 years ago

It's a plume moth, probably in the genus Geina, but I'm no expert

Aarongunnar Rattlesnake-Root
Rattlesnake-Root commented on by Aarongunnar Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

only in Kentucky. they are fairly common in WI, if you are in the right habitat.

Aarongunnar Eastern Tailed-Blue
Eastern Tailed-Blue commented on by Aarongunnar Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

thanks! if you knew how long I waited...

Aarongunnar Arrowleaf Tearthumb
Arrowleaf Tearthumb commented on by Aarongunnar Tomahawk, Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

Polygonum sagittatum, I think

Aarongunnar Silver Maple
Silver Maple commented on by Aarongunnar Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA8 years ago

looks like a silver maple

Aarongunnar Wild Iris
Wild Iris commented on by Aarongunnar Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

Iris versicolor

Aarongunnar Scudder's Bush Katydid Nymph
Scudder's Bush Katydid Nymph commented on by Aarongunnar Belleville, Ontario, Canada8 years ago

it's a katydid nymph, what species is beyond my expertise

Aarongunnar Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by Aarongunnar Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

blue morpho would not be found in WI, at least not in the wild

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