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Beebombs Oct 18
We could sit and watch the bees all day, couldn't you? 😍🐝⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 📷 @sagittariancdn⁣ ⁣
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🎨🖌📸ArtistUnknown31📸🖌🎨 Oct 17
Have a nice weekend everyone ✨🎵 This is called a “Rosy Maple Moth” It’s the first one I have seen all year 👀
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One World Street & Art Oct 18
... I saw a very large scarab... but it was beautiful, all colored... a little crazy. Art by Bordalo II in Tenerife, Spain
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Solareclipse / MoonEyes Oct 18
Praying Mantis I Digital Art created via Convolutional Neural Networks and Deep Learning
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eddieledbetter Oct 16
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Ali Vulpe 11h
You think you know everything abt ? We discovered that ammonia sensing is mediated by a transporter (Amt), w/o traditional odorant receptors or co-receptors! Oh, and did I mention we also found a whole new neuron?
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Joseph Lee Spencer 13h
Stalkers! For insects, the end of the season is no time to let down your guard. While numbers are falling fast, there are still hungry stink afoot on the last blooms. Huge wheel bugs are also still prowling around; I find them frequently on tree trunks.
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House of Finches Oct 17
Trying out a different style and feeling okay with it
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Anja Beukelman Oct 13
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Dotoyou Games 19h
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Rob Russell Oct 19
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Ken Stark Oct 18
Sometimes it's the little things that scare us the most... Jitters Just 99c or FREE on Kindle Unlimited!
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Darren Smith Photography 15h
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Radoslav Valkov Oct 18
These are the other frequent visitors in the today. Hummingbird Hawk-moth and Small White.
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CuteStrangeCreatures Oct 15
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Rob Waterhouse Oct 19
🧬 of the western flower thrips — an invasive that’s not much bigger than a pinhead 📌 (the insect that is, the 416 Mbp genome is of course way smaller) congratulations et al.
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Stephen A. Waycott Wildlife Photography Oct 19
An Eastern Black Carpenter Ant on its never ending quest for food. Hanwell, , Canada June 2020
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The Dove Of Jonah 🕊✨ Oct 19
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Francois Portmann Oct 19
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Mike Russell 16h
Help, what is this insect?
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