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*hands u a bug* 24m
Red milkweed beetle, milkweed bugs, and tussock moth caterpillar! Saw these guys at a park the other week ago on, you guessed it, a milkweed plant
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Elizabeth Hope 13m
Did you know that grasshoppers have hair? The hairs act as mechanoreceptors (touch and wind sensors). How cool is that? Photo credit Tammy Rébéré
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Monique van Someren Aug 2
Three-banded Lady beetle, Coccinella trifasciata. Mixed media on paper. This and many other of my insect drawings are on display at Medium Effort Store in Brockville, ON the whole month of August.
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(((Stay Home, Save Lives))) 11h
Replying to @swww2198
Twitter please help, curious about this huge guy in NJ
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wajobu-music 18h
twitter, help identifying these small black and white striped insects (not spiders). They were gathered on a cedar tree, near a lake in the NY Adirondacks.
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Bea #BlackLivesMatter Jul 29
We found this stunning peacock butterfly (Inachis io) on our walk today, going 'bug hunting' with neice and nephew! Did you know that adult peacock butterflies hibernate over winter?
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Aurora Toennisson 3h
I may leave the hornworm lab, but the hornworms will never leave me.
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TAP Insulation 21h
Ants use collective 'brainpower' to navigate obstacles
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Beth Hanson Jul 30
Some more hunt photos from the summer school! I think the fieldwork has been my favourite part so far 🌱🦗
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Hella Bee Nerd 22h
Who doesn’t enjoy watching a Bembix wasp very thoroughly sniffing buckwheat flowers? It’s quality entertainment I tell you. [Oakland, CA 7-27-2020]
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kate morgan Jul 25
We found a really cool Rhinoceros Beetle on our walk today
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Maxime Duprez Aug 2
: an intriguing combination of , and , the 'insecta – pharma' project may seem whimsical at first but it actually holds an important message via
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*hands u a bug* 23m
Replying to @hcoronatus
Its unfortunate i didnt have my good camera this day but heres a beautiful spined micrathena i saw as well 🖤
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Casey France 6h
Milkweed infested with oleander aphids. Large colony concentrated at this plant, but populations can explode quickly, causing damage to our pollinator friendly plants.
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Harry Lecoq 13h
Anyone know what dead insect this is on my geeb?
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Sara Lewis 14h
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Stone Mountain Aikido 4h
Eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly, the state butterfly of Georgia 💛🦋 ᕙ( ⇀‸↼ )ᕗ–––6ft–––( ~ . ~ )♡
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iNaturalist Jul 26
Our Observation of the Day is this incredible treehopper , seen in The by reynantemartinez! More details at:
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the british wildlife rambler Aug 2
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rami james 6h
This praying mantis came along for the ride
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