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C@rlito Aug 6
I just completed Day 6 of the 21DayCkChallenge. Learning "What does this job entail?". Join me on
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Saheed Aug 6
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Patricia Kirkwood Aug 7
The beauty of summer in my own back yard!
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M Adams 2h
Sunrise this morning, and a grasshopper with sunglasses on it's belly.
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Five Feathers Homestead & Farm 3h
Excuse me... grasshopper here. Let me in, please.
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Ọ̀ṣúnkọ́yà Ìfẹ́Olúwa Aug 7
Noise Map Tessellation Played around with an image sampling script using noise maps with the amazing Tobis.
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roopakgoswami Aug 7
Hopped, skipped and found a new species in tiger reserve in .
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Kate Hedin 9h
Things I see while upside down. 🦗🌱🤸🏻‍♀️ • • • @ Denver, Colorado
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LaRTIC - ÉTS Aug 4
BIM for infrastructure: Parametric design and analysis of bridges - Research Laboratory on Information Technologies in Construction
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Montana Wheat Aug 6
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andrea forshman Aug 7
Interesting visitor to our garden yesterday
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Jason Star 10h
Short ride with the lil’ one. Train alley, cemetery, grasshoppers... oh my. @ Chicago, Illinois
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Chris Mountford 14h
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Int'lCivilServant 18h
Husband's friend: But your wife said you could go golfing today. Husband: I'm not falling for that trick.
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Shortpedia Aug 7
A new species of is named in honour of , a researcher from , who is a specialist in pygmy grasshoppers of the Western Ghat.
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kev* 5h
A first for our Garden this evening, a Grasshopper
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Chamborda Aug 5
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Dave King 2h
This beautiful lady, some 7cm or so long, has visited our apartment twice now. She's a Great Green Bush-Cricket, or a Grønn løvgresshoppe, på norsk. Such a beauty, even if she chomps on our houseplants.
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JoVonn Hill Aug 5
In central TX there are striking morphs of Schistocerca lineata that are associated with plants in the family Rutaceae, namely Ptelea and Zanthoxylum. Though the plants and the are both widely distributed, this color morph and host association is limited to cen. TX
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russ myners Aug 7
Got a bit obsessed photographing this chap in the back garden today.
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