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ClementDufour Longhorn Beetle (Cerambycidae)
Longhorn Beetle (Cerambycidae) commented on by ClementDufour Queensland, Australia8 years ago

ive caught one of these myself in queensland but was unable to identify it. it seems to be a sort of wood boring betle based on the jaws. mabe a type of prionus but ive had no luck ID it. Iwill be watching this thread

ClementDufour Philippine Nightjar
Philippine Nightjar commented on by ClementDufour Philippines8 years ago

this is a cool pic, seeing one of these birds druing the day is a real challenge

ClementDufour Net-winged Hopper
Net-winged Hopper commented on by ClementDufour Cartago, Costa Rica8 years ago

i agree some sort of hemiptera, maybe a tiny cicada?

ClementDufour Harvestman Arachnid
Harvestman Arachnid commented on by ClementDufour Colombia8 years ago

a type of tropical harvestman

ClementDufour Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ClementDufour Lào Cai, Viet Nam8 years ago

this is created by an insect called a silkspinner, somewhat shaped like a stick insect, they create the silk from glands in their forearms.

ClementDufour Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ClementDufour Austin, Texas, USA8 years ago

a sort of hemiptera

ClementDufour Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ClementDufour Calgary, Alberta, Canada8 years ago

this is a type of water beetle, looks like the predacious diving beelte. theyre normally aquatic but will fly to new bodies of water.

ClementDufour Wild Kopi Luwak (Civet Coffee)
Wild Kopi Luwak (Civet Coffee) commented on by ClementDufour Viet Nam8 years ago

In this area, the beans are normally arabica.

ClementDufour moth buho
moth buho commented on by ClementDufour Santander, Colombia8 years ago

you have summoned the lorax!

ClementDufour Fairy Shrimp
Fairy Shrimp commented on by ClementDufour South Carolina, USA8 years ago

what youve got here is a type of brine shrimp. they spend their whole life swimming on their backs and feed on plankton. These are also sold as pet "sea monkeys"

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