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Hello I am GhostBurglar and I like fishing, photography and camping.
United States, Texas
This is definitely a katydid as for what species I don't know but it is probably in the genus Scudderia or Bush Katydids.http://bugguide.net/node/view/7130
Might be Hexagonia hydnoides or something related here have a look.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexagonia_...
It looks like bryozoans they are super tiny animals that make jellylike tubes and attach themselves to sticks, rocks, and other submerged objects.
Thanks Ashley and Forest
It is a species of Firefly but I don't know what kind
This is a ladybug larva
Might be a Checkered garter snakehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Checkered_g...
I think it is some species of ensign wasp
The cap was all white though I do not have a picture and the only trees nearby were oak trees and I do not remember any scent