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KeithRoragen Stink bug nymph
Stink bug nymph commented on by KeithRoragen Federal Way, Washington, USA2 years ago

This is a Stink Bug nymph

KeithRoragen Black swallowtail
Black swallowtail commented on by KeithRoragen Marlboro Township, New Jersey, USA2 years ago

In Spicebush Swallowtail, the row of orange dots on the underside is broken by the blue band. Black Swallowtail has a black spot at the center of the orange spot on the inner margin of the hind wing.

KeithRoragen Pandemis Leafroller Moth
Pandemis Leafroller Moth commented on by KeithRoragen Federal Way, Washington, USA3 years ago

Maybe A. podana

KeithRoragen Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by KeithRoragen California, USA3 years ago

Check out the genus Annaphila

KeithRoragen Hammerhead worm
Hammerhead worm commented on by KeithRoragen Mililani, Hawaii, USA3 years ago

Neat! On a side note, I used to live in Mililani.

KeithRoragen Creosote Bush Katydid
Creosote Bush Katydid commented on by KeithRoragen Arizona, USA3 years ago

Thanks. They do indeed feed on creosote. There is also a Creosote Bush Grasshopper that has similar markings.

KeithRoragen Rosalia longicorn
Rosalia longicorn commented on by KeithRoragen Deva, Romania3 years ago


KeithRoragen American Painted Lady Butterfly
American Painted Lady Butterfly commented on by KeithRoragen Georgia, USA3 years ago

American lady, actually.

KeithRoragen Pearl Crescent
Pearl Crescent commented on by KeithRoragen North Carolina, USA3 years ago

Pearl. Note the orange antennal clubs

KeithRoragen Woodhouse's Toad
Woodhouse's Toad commented on by KeithRoragen New Mexico, USA3 years ago

How on earth did you ever see that. It's practically invisible.