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Vladimir Tomić Photography Jun 16
A closeup shot of an insect (unknown to me) on a flower
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David B Burbridge Jun 18
Pied Shieldbug - but as there are now two.... Think it is probably Rambur's Pied Shieldbug, Tritomegas sexmaculatus - longer white margins on Thorax (head to you and me, pronotum to others) and darker rear end
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Travel For Wildlife Jun 10
Mind blowing. It's been pouring overnight and still, this male found our Cecropia moth. Look at at the happy couple!
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졸|J|F 14h
These creatures are feasting on my tomatoe plant..
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Chris 16h
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Jesse Jay Hess 6h
Cicadas are everywhere on the trails this year.
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FarmBeam 19h
Can anyone help identify this please. I assume it’s a day-flying moth ...
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Botanical Interests 27m
There are so many ways to create a beautiful that is helpful to and other beneficial . Learn more about creating a buzz-worthy garden for :
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👩‍🌾 12h
Fungus gnat larvae, i fucking love Reddit.
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Daniel Todd Jun 18
Replying to @thebugmandan
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InK Photography 7h
A couple of recent macro pics which will be available as mini prints (80mm square in a white mount).
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SaveNature&WildLife Jun 15
I've seen so far this Season.🦗🕷🦂🐜🐝🐞
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WTF News 1h
Couple stumble upon a giant spider eating a whole possum
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Daniel Todd Jun 18
Replying to @thebugmandan
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Rachel Buxton Jun 18
Can anyone help ID this lovely iridescent beetle? Spotted in Gatineau Park, Quebec on June 16th.
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David Mulholland Jun 16
Champagne box to bug house
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Ollie Jun 17
Can anyone who is knowledgable on insects tell me what is occurring in my compost bin
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LetsGrowFlorida 6h
Blessed to have such beautiful pollinators in South Florida for our palms, flowering trees, fruit trees and plants!
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Dr Julia Mlynarek 7h
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Reinhart Foodservice 7h
Seems straight from “Fear Factor,” but eating isn’t as strange as you may think. Cultures around the world have cooked with insects for centuries for flavor, texture and as a high-quality protein source. Maybe it’s time you do, too. Read more:
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