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Burnuhwill Harvestman
Harvestman commented on by Burnuhwill São Miguel Arcanjo, São Paulo, Brazil9 years ago

great shot of this spotting.

Burnuhwill Banded Metallic-Green Jumping Spider
Banded Metallic-Green Jumping Spider commented on by Burnuhwill Queensland, Australia9 years ago

I've never seen a spider with such beautiful colors before.

Burnuhwill Black squirrel
Black squirrel commented on by Burnuhwill St. Bonaventure, New York, USA9 years ago

Nice series! The last two shots are adorable.

Burnuhwill 17 year cicada (brood II imago)
17 year cicada (brood II imago) commented on by Burnuhwill New York, USA9 years ago

cool story Mauna.

Burnuhwill Fungi
Fungi commented on by Burnuhwill New South Wales, Australia9 years ago

Really interesting spotting. The color is amazing.

Burnuhwill Saturniid (Buck Moth) Eggs
Saturniid (Buck Moth) Eggs commented on by Burnuhwill Chiapas, Mexico9 years ago

This looks very interesting. I believe, when laying eggs like this, moths typically spiral around the branch, laying a few eggs along the length of the branch, and then moving along her spiral path.

Burnuhwill Green Iguana
Green Iguana commented on by Burnuhwill Heredia, Costa Rica9 years ago

Such a beautiful animal.

Burnuhwill Orb Weaver
Orb Weaver commented on by Burnuhwill Guyana9 years ago

definitely an Argiope. possibly A. catenulata

Burnuhwill 'Alamihi crab
'Alamihi crab commented on by Burnuhwill Hilo, Hawaii, USA9 years ago

Yes, that's interesting. They could be different species. Whether they are or not, it's still an interesting spotting. I'd like to see if you find out anything new about them.

Burnuhwill 'Alamihi crab
'Alamihi crab commented on by Burnuhwill Hilo, Hawaii, USA9 years ago

It's difficult to see, but I believe the one with the exposed underside looks like a female. The position their in doesn't seem like typical crab coitus though, so I'm not really positive of what is going on here.

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