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Caitlin Hackett Dec 26
Here’s to clear eyed and fresh starts as the new year approaches
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Stephanie Law Feb 6
"Cicada" from my Insecta series. Cycles and rebirth and slumbering to await ones' time. Prints here: #…
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Robert Picardo Dec 21
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RedSlug🐞commissions closed🐞 Nov 21
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Bindi Vanzella Dec 4
I'll call it. heads are not tasty.
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Francesco Martoni Jan 16
Very pretty just in front of . Australian biodiversity is truly a treasure to discover..
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Dan Johnson Jan 9
Wing venation of Okanagana synodica, the Walking Cicada, a grass-eating .
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George Binns Dec 8
This stunning female Green Grocer crashed into us during yesterday. She is one of the four colour morphs of Cyclochila australasiae. Macquarie Park, NSW
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Kitteh 🐈🐾 Jan 6
Creating Art, watch this space! I plan to be selling stickers/prints and handmade pendants this year, starting with the art concepts.
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suzanne edwards Jan 31
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Dan Johnson Dec 28
I heard that is it might be Cicada Saturday, and I remembered that I found a Giant Grassland Cicada, Tibicen dorsatus, when I went to visit my mom in Missouri.
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Nature inFocus Jan 2
: Pramod CL photographed a in Musk Deer Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttarakhand, India. The loud noise that cicadas are known for is the mating-call that comes from the males.
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さゆき趣味の部屋 Nov 11
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Glenda Downing Jan 13
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Natalie Davey Feb 15
Bugs life active on the eggplant. I saw a red bug sorting something out. Didn’t ask what it was as it seemed quite busy. A couple of grasshoppers chilling & a cicada wing. As for the rest of the cicada who knows.
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Currrrrrrrrzzzzzzzzzzz (Tom Bombadil) Jan 31
Replying to @Navunivuwai
"I'd give you a morning, golden and new!" Found these on the trail up. 6 nymphal casings in the span of 15mins all clinging to the bark of the trees higher up near the peak of the mountain. Wonderful little surprises.
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Paula Peeters Nov 21
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Key Enigma Jan 30
Mark February 17th on the Calendar 📆, because we are happy to announce that we'll be launching on Kickstarter 🎉
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Kaimatai Nov 25
Something from the archives- NZ on a Tōtara twig. One of the interesting aspects of their evoltuion is that different species, even if morphologically similar, could be separated based on just their songs.
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Bindi Vanzella Nov 22
Sheesh, it's going to be a noisy summmer in the orchard. Birds like the magpies, ravens & currawongs will pick a few off but not enough to dull the sound of an Aussie summer
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