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Rbum Argentine Ant
Argentine Ant commented on by Rbum Seattle, Washington, USA4 years ago

Sorry about the quality. Just meant for mapping invasive species.

Rbum Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle
Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle commented on by Rbum Seattle, Washington, USA4 years ago

Thanks for the help, and so quickly too! Once I looked at the white pattern on there heads I realized they weren't Convergent Ladybugs.

Rbum Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Rbum Curitiba, PR, Brazil4 years ago

Probably a type of hunting spider tent, they make tents since they're on the move all the time so if you look up hunting spider species of the area you would probably identify it.

Rbum Spider
Spider commented on by Rbum Algarve, Portugal4 years ago

I don't know the exact species but it's part of the massive Orbweaver spider family which is easy to tell from its signature ring shaped web.

Rbum Limacodidae Cocoons (empty)
Limacodidae Cocoons (empty) commented on by Rbum Kolkata, West Bengal, India4 years ago

Probably a type of Digger wasp cocoon. Digger wasps put their young in small mud homes then take care of them by protecting and feeding them caterpillars.

Rbum Spotted orbweaver
Spotted orbweaver commented on by Rbum Hohenwald, Tennessee, USA4 years ago

It has the same exact patterns as a Neoscona Crucifera.

Rbum Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Rbum Mississippi, USA4 years ago

I think it's a Cuban Brown Snail. Not sure because the shell is bleached from the sun but if it is that would be amazing because that snail has never been found that far north.

Rbum Aphid Lion
Aphid Lion commented on by Rbum Lackawanna, New York, USA4 years ago

That is the Aphid Lion (Chrysopidea). Not a lady bug but it's very close having a similar diet and also making another excellent pet to raise.