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e.drinnon

e.drinnon

19-year-old health science/microbiology student, lepidopterist, and all-around biology enthusiast. I enjoy identifying insect species.

Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee

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e.drinnon Carpenter Bee
Carpenter Bee commented on by e.drinnon دهب, جنوب سيناء, Egypt4 years ago

It looks like a Xylocopa caffra, but I'm not sure they're found that far north. I'm going to suggest it anyway.

e.drinnon Black Witch Moth
Black Witch Moth commented on by e.drinnon Huila, Colombia5 years ago

Definitely a male, considering the coloring.

e.drinnon Automeris
Automeris commented on by e.drinnon Puntarenas, Costa Rica6 years ago

It looks to me like a member of the genus Automeris.

e.drinnon jagged ambush bug
jagged ambush bug commented on by e.drinnon Eagle, Wisconsin, USA6 years ago

It looks like an assassin bug nymph.

e.drinnon Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by e.drinnon Buliisa, Uganda6 years ago

I couldn't find a very good match, but it closely resembles these:
http://www.africanmoths.com/pages/EREBID...
http://www.africanmoths.com/pages/EREBID...
http://www.africanmoths.com/pages/EREBID...

e.drinnon Mariposa de Cuatro Ojos
Mariposa de Cuatro Ojos commented on by e.drinnon El Tabo, Región de Valparaíso, Chile6 years ago

You're welcome.

e.drinnon One-Eyed Sphinx Moth
One-Eyed Sphinx Moth commented on by e.drinnon Saskatchewan, Canada6 years ago

It looks like it's newly emerged and its wings haven't completely dried out yet.

e.drinnon Greater Anglewing Katydid
Greater Anglewing Katydid commented on by e.drinnon Missouri, USA6 years ago

You're welcome. It's definitely more colorful than the other. That was the closest I could find, shape-wise. It's a pretty cool little bug.

e.drinnon Spined Micrathena
Spined Micrathena commented on by e.drinnon Arkansas, USA6 years ago

You're right. The head and thorax are shaped more like M. gracilis than G. cancriformis.

e.drinnon Greater Anglewing Katydid
Greater Anglewing Katydid commented on by e.drinnon Missouri, USA6 years ago

It's a katydid nymph. Not sure about the species, but it looks similar to this: http://bugguide.net/node/view/652172/bgi...