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Jan 12, 2021 07:37 |  #91

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A cathedral termite mound, Litchfield National Park. These mounds are a prominent feature of the the north Australian woodlands and grasslands. They are built by the grass-eating, 6mm (1/4") long Nasutitermes triodiae to maintain their preferred warm, high humidity environment, protect themselves from predators and store grass.
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Nice shot, Pippan. Must be about 12 feet tall. I hope that thing has been given the International Tourist Council approval safety certifcate. I was looking for a link to the termites and found this. Seems a bit of a long-winded link, though.
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May 06, 2021 04:40 |  #92

I've seen a few of these over time and never discovered what they are
This has been like this for a few months now so it's contents have either escaped or died inside
About 19 mm long


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Jun 30, 2021 20:06 |  #93

This one surprised me as I was moving a large potted plant out from the shade and into the sun. I ran into the house, hung a 100L macro IS on a 1D body and hoped the critter was still in the pot. Lucky me, it moved a little at a time and stopped often, looking like it wasn't sure of where to go.


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Jun 30, 2021 20:12 |  #94

phocalphobe wrote in post #19254524 (external link)
This one surprised me as I was moving a large potted plant out from the shade and into the sun. I ran into the house, hung a 100L macro IS on a 1D body and hoped the critter was still in the pot. Lucky me, it moved a little at a time and stopped often, looking like it wasn't sure of where to go.


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Nice clean shot but that gives me the willies.


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Jun 30, 2021 20:19 |  #95

phocalphobe wrote in post #19254524 (external link)
This one surprised me as I was moving a large potted plant out from the shade and into the sun. I ran into the house, hung a 100L macro IS on a 1D body and hoped the critter was still in the pot. Lucky me, it moved a little at a time and stopped often, looking like it wasn't sure of where to go.


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Nicely captured. I saw something like that in VietNam, but it was about 25 cm (about 10 inches) long! It was black in color.




  
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Jul 01, 2021 04:47 |  #96

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Jul 01, 2021 05:42 |  #97


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Jul 03, 2021 11:06 |  #98

I don't know what it is but I suspect it's dangerous.............


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Jul 12, 2021 10:35 |  #100

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Jul 29, 2021 22:28 |  #102

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Jul 31, 2021 14:37 |  #103

A Carolina locust warming up in the sun on my yard this morning.

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Aug 01, 2021 18:26 |  #104

Ahem, please excuse my intrusion . . .

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Aug 02, 2021 14:29 |  #105

This guy was a little shy!


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