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kjgrinter Spotting
Spotting commented on by kjgrinter Lat: 39.05 Lon: -95.145 months ago

Lytrosis Unitaria?

kjgrinter Waved Sphinx Moth Caterpillar
Waved Sphinx Moth Caterpillar commented on by kjgrinter Weston, Missouri, USA5 years ago

Yes, It does look like one. Tobacco fields are prevalent in the area and so I guess I jumped to the easy conclusion. Thanks for the ID.

kjgrinter Walker's Cicada
Walker's Cicada commented on by kjgrinter Lawrence, Kansas, USA6 years ago

Perfect, Bill! Thank you!

kjgrinter Hummingbird Clearwing Sphinx Moth
Hummingbird Clearwing Sphinx Moth commented on by kjgrinter Lawrence, Kansas, USA6 years ago

Thank you.

kjgrinter Spined Micrathena
Spined Micrathena commented on by kjgrinter Lawrence, Kansas, USA6 years ago

Thank you, Doren. That's it!

kjgrinter Honey Bee
Honey Bee commented on by kjgrinter Lawrence, Kansas, USA6 years ago

Thank you. I often get tongues sticking out when I take photos...but it's usually people.

kjgrinter Convergent lady beetle
Convergent lady beetle commented on by kjgrinter Lawrence, Kansas, USA6 years ago

Thanks, Forest!

kjgrinter Baltimore Oriole
Baltimore Oriole commented on by kjgrinter Apple Valley, Minnesota, USA6 years ago

Definitely a Baltimore Oriole but I don't know if it's a female (two white wing bars) or a juvenile male.

kjgrinter Spotted Orb Weaver
Spotted Orb Weaver commented on by kjgrinter Lawrence, Kansas, USA6 years ago

Thanks, beaker. That's the one.

kjgrinter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by kjgrinter Montréal, Québec, Canada6 years ago

Spittlebug of some sort. Great shot!

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