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Entomological Society of America 6h
Attention photographers: The call for photos for the 2020 World of Insects Calendar is now open. Send us your best images that showcase the stunning beauty of our insect and arthropod peers. Submissions due May 13. Learn more and enter at
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My Mola 1h
Bargibant's pygmy seahorse was first discovered in 1969 when a biologist was preparing a sea fan for lab work. It is one of the smallest seahorses in the world at 2 cm in length.
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Tracey Travels 4h
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TJ Fox 11h
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Rahul Roy 19h
Scratches on a wooden table
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MarylandBiodiversity 5h
I spy with my little eye a tiny Humpbacked Orbweaver in Frederick Co., Maryland! (3/24/2016). Determined by John and Jane Balaban/BugGuide. Photo by Bonnie Ott.
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dkbristow Apr 15
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Steven Bernard Apr 20
As spring has well and truly sprung I thought I'd share a selection of flower photos from Instagram account. If you like them, check out my IG account, there are loads more there
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Craig Levine Apr 22
Macro image of the pistol from a Tulip in the front garden. Our gardens are a riot of early-Spring color and life.
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uthama kumar 9h
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Philipp Salzgeber Apr 22
More images: it is mating season for the Wolf Spiders (Pardosa amentata, Wolfspinne). The dark males wave their front legs and try not to get eaten by the lighter colored females
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Ajay Patel 23h
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Andy L Montes de Oca Apr 22
The only Fly that stayed to be photographed so she deserves a post..
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Robert-Jan Bartunek Apr 22
On a bank holiday you can do many things. I planted some lavender and now have many new balcony pets ;)
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Sabine Apr 22
The first Crocus flowers are open with snow still all around them.
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Alexander S. Kunz 7h
Today's (quite exciting!) find: a white Nuttall's Snapdragon! (Antirrhinum nuttallanium). I've never seen that before! (their color is normally blue/purple/violet).
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1x.com 9h
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subtraho 14h
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Oakleigh Photography 18h
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JEKeyes 22h
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