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Heather R Gorgojo de la vid
Gorgojo de la vid commented on by Heather R Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland4 years ago

Look at black vine weevils.

Heather R Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Heather R Maharashtra, India4 years ago

Yes, moths also visit puddles.

Heather R Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Heather R Florida, USA4 years ago

Definitely a millipede, probably in the Narceus genus based on the location.

Heather R Stink bug eggs
Stink bug eggs commented on by Heather R Michigan, USA4 years ago

They may be stink bug eggs. Newly-laid brown marmorated stink bug eggs are blue-green.

Heather R Click Beetle
Click Beetle commented on by Heather R Pennsylvania, USA4 years ago

Family Elateridae (click beetles)

Heather R Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Heather R New York, USA4 years ago

It's definitely a wolf spider (Family Lycosidae). Ventral (belly) pics, eye pics and size would probably help narrow it down.

Heather R Ground Beetle
Ground Beetle commented on by Heather R Pennsylvania, USA4 years ago

In this case, an i.d. down to species cannot be confirmed with just the one photo. There are at least 2 species that are black with orange legs and possess very wide pronotums with flattened pronotal bases.

Heather R Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Heather R Florida, USA4 years ago

A robber fly, but I cannot tell you the species.

Heather R Carolina wolf spider
Carolina wolf spider commented on by Heather R Hohenwald, Tennessee, USA4 years ago

Ohmygosh I almost spit out soda. Your descriptions were too funny! Awesome pics, by the way.

Heather R Spider Wasp
Spider Wasp commented on by Heather R Texas, USA4 years ago

RE: my ID suggestion -
there is also a subspecies (A. mellipes ssp. mellipes),
so it could be this one instead.

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