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martinlagerwey

Data

Maio 10, 2015

Descrição

Larva of moth butterfly

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joseph92

Data

Setembro 18, 2020 10:42 PM EDT

Descrição

See entire series for sperm transfer.

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cedric_lee

Data

Março 14, 2018 04:43 PM PDT

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amplex4love

Data

Março 2, 2011

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Cigarrinhas-das-Pastagens e Afins (Superfamília Cercopoidea)

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macrobrice

Data

Julho 31, 2017 07:25 PM EDT

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euproserpinus

Data

Abril 10, 2017 02:36 PM PDT

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oscarangel

Data

Setembro 20, 2016 06:54 PM CDT

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briangooding

Data

Agosto 16, 2005 12:50 AM CDT

Descrição

Erythemis simplicicollis (accompanied by a robber fly and a praying mantis)

This is an old slide scan--I think I had just got extension tubes and was playing around. I was on the ground inches away from them but they were preoccupied sharing a meal.

I wasn't there to see who acquired the meal but neither one of these guys seem like they would be sharers to me. Just curious how they ended up together. I probably should have stayed to see if the mantis took the robber fly afterward.

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entomo-logic

Data

Março 1, 2017 05:47 PM CST

Descrição

Several emerged from Mantis ootheca

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slapcin

Data

Novembro 7, 2008

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psyllidhipster

Data

Junho 24, 2014

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dlbowls

Data

Março 24, 2017 12:46 PM PDT

Descrição

Hatchlings at various stages.

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figaro

Data

Julho 2, 2016 10:05 AM CDT

Descrição

Common Green Darner on it's back, eating a Prince Baskettail.

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arbutterflynut

Data

Maio 29, 2013 10:05 AM CDT

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Agrilus muticus beetles on Wine Cup flower

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carmelo_lopez

Data

Outubro 20, 2015

Descrição

Forcipomyia ixodoides female, feeding on lymph of a Walking stick insect.

http://thesmallermajority.com/2012/11/05/

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treegrow

Data

Setembro 20, 2014 03:50 PM EDT

Descrição

Euklastus harti. Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC, USA.

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bealeiderman

Data

Junho 15, 2014 05:27 PM PDT

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jaykeller

Data

Agosto 14, 2016

Descrição

Scorpions with two metasomae (tails) are extremely rare, with one estimate I saw as one in every 5,000 specimens. This specimen is approximately 3cm long head to stinger and is being maintained in captivity to study its behavior.

I found this using a black light flashlight with BJ Stacey (@finatic) at the Carrie Nation Trailhead parking lot at Madera Canyon, Arizona.

Read a detailed account of this specimen's discovery and observation updates at the journal post linked below:
http://www.inaturalist.org/journal/jaykeller/7020-rare-arizona-bark-scorpion-with-two-metasomas-tails-and-stingers

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hydaticus

Data

Setembro 10, 2016 05:36 PM CDT

Descrição

My first time seeing Zoraptera!

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Data

Janeiro 17, 2016 09:27 AM CET

Descrição

Female of the biggest libelluid in Madagascar, the Madagascar Jungleskimmer, laying eggs by throwing them up onto the shore inside droplets.
January 2016.
Madagascar.

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ygurjar

Data

Dezembro 6, 2014

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johnflower

Data

Abril 26, 2016

Descrição

Mum, Dad, and Dad's friend.

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Térmitas (Epifamília Termitoidae)

Observador

deepesh

Data

Abril 17, 2015

Descrição

In Kenya after rains, termites fly. By morning these usually die and are scattered all over the place. I was greeted by this unique formation of termites that were still alive next morning right at my doorstep. The were flickering and alive.

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Cobra-Liga-Aquática (Thamnophis atratus)

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nelruzam

Data

Junho 7, 2016

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wmblom

Data

Março 28, 2016

Lugar

Titirangi (Google, OSM)

Descrição

My favourite little parasite this season:
There were at least 2 individuals of this small braconid wasp stalking the green vegetable bugs on the Cleome in my garden. (Were they first discovered in NZ by you, Stephen?)
The first one (photos 1-7) quite obviously was successful in parasitising a bug, but the second one (photos 8-17) was never quite able to connect, despite a number of attempts.
It was fascinating to watch the behaviour. Mostly the wasps managed to stay behind the bugs, and so out of sight. However, occassionally they were rumbled and then got short shrift from the Nezara.