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Feb 07, 2023 13:20 |  #7936

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #19256781 (external link)
Presenting a Rosy Maple Moth.
One I've been after for some years.
Caught her two days ago. Today she finally woke up
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She is a real beauty. I have a male pic that I might add to your thread if you don’t mind. Congrats, very nice capture




  
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Feb 07, 2023 20:38 |  #7937

I Keith Newton wrote in post #19477206 (external link)
She is a real beauty. I have a male pic that I might add to your thread if you don’t mind. Congrats, very nice capture

That would be great.


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Feb 07, 2023 21:00 |  #7938

Stink bug Glaucias dorsalis (external link)

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Feb 07, 2023 21:10 |  #7939

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Great shot!


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Feb 07, 2023 21:21 |  #7940

male Banded Phintella (external link)

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Feb 07, 2023 21:24 |  #7941

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Great shot!

Many thanks, sogs!


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Feb 07, 2023 22:12 |  #7942

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Very nice, scary too.


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Feb 08, 2023 00:29 |  #7943

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Very nice, scary too.

Thanks, Archibald  :p


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Feb 08, 2023 00:31 |  #7944

A true spiderman

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Feb 09, 2023 06:24 |  #7945

Criket - Nisitrus vittatus (external link)

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Feb 09, 2023 07:14 |  #7946

First is a Twostriped walkingstick; Anisomorpha buprestoides. The females are several times larger than the males, which you can see clinging to her back here. Be warned that most stick insects are harmless to humans, but this one has the ability to aim and squirt toxins into the eyes of a potential predator including someone trying to take a close look.

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The second is a Deerfly. Like mosquitos, the females bite.

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Feb 09, 2023 07:35 |  #7947

I Keith Newton wrote in post #19477869 (external link)
First is a Twostriped walkingstick; Anisomorpha buprestoides. The females are several times larger than the males, which you can see clinging to her back here. Be warned that most stick insects are harmless to humans, but this one has the ability to aim and squirt toxins into the eyes of a potential predator including someone trying to take a close look.

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The second is a Deerfly. Like mosquitos, the females bite.

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Both very interesting bugs. What part of the world?


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Feb 09, 2023 17:11 as a reply to  @ Archibald's post |  #7948

South central Arkansas USA. Other names are Devil’s riding horse, witch’s horse, and prairie alligator.

Thanks for asking and your comments.




  
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Feb 10, 2023 04:03 |  #7949

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love that image..would like to achieve similar results myself..


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Feb 10, 2023 06:01 |  #7950

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love that image..would like to achieve similar results myself..

100% you will and 1000% better than me!

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