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João Burini

João Burini

Brazilian biologist, but before that, somebody passionate about arthropods, herps, birds and fungi... mostly.

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João Burini Morpho caterpillar
Morpho caterpillar commented on by João Burini SP, Brazil5 years ago

Thank you everyone :)

João Burini Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by João Burini Plymouth, Michigan, USA7 years ago

I think the family is Rutelinae, you can probably get to species searching for it on bugguide.net

João Burini Ant Mimic Spider
Ant Mimic Spider commented on by João Burini Maryland, USA7 years ago

Agree with bayucca.
Reminds me Callobius but even the family is unsafe to tell from this pic.

João Burini Comb clawed beetle
Comb clawed beetle commented on by João Burini Melbourne, Victoria, Australia7 years ago

Tenebrionidae IMO

João Burini Black and Green caterpillar
Black and Green caterpillar commented on by João Burini Cerro Azul, PR, Brazil7 years ago

Automeris e Leucanella são gêneros diferentes, não uma sp

João Burini Great Crested Flycatcher
Great Crested Flycatcher commented on by João Burini Costa Rica7 years ago

Looks like Elaenia flavogaster but if there are other spp in the area it can only be identified by sound.

João Burini Ghost Spider
Ghost Spider commented on by João Burini Quito, Provincia de Pichincha, Ecuador7 years ago

I bet it is.

João Burini Assassin bug
Assassin bug commented on by João Burini Cariacica, ES, Brazil7 years ago

@Bayucca the thickness doesn't look out of the ordinary to me, even about the same as the common wheel bug, thickness is usually the opposite of Emesinae (that cold tell Apiomerinae maybe, but not for the antennae), plus there is the non-Emesinae coxa length.

João Burini Tangara sayaca
Tangara sayaca commented on by João Burini Santo André, SP, Brazil7 years ago

Nome atual é Tangara sayaca

João Burini Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by João Burini San Mateo, California, USA7 years ago

Empty shell of a dragonfly nymph

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