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clusterpod:  Daddy Long-legs, Pholcus phalangioides, and egg bundle.

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˚Daddy Long-legs spider - Pholcus phalangioides with an egg bundle

Elasmopalpus lignosellus [Lesser Cornstalk Borer]

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gardenSpider - Argiope aurantia

Garden Spider - Argiope aurantia Seen many of these in my gardens

Here's one for Halloween..."Jason mask" harvestman (Discosomaticus n. sp., Discosomaticinae, Cosmetidae). By artour_a via Flickr.

Jason mask harvestman (Simambea sp nov, Discosomaticinae, Cosmetidae) by Arthur Anker

Dysdera crocata | Woodlouse spider with prey (25mm long, Dys… | Flickr

Woodlouse spider with prey long, Dysdera crocata, Dysderidae, Araneae)…

"Saginae species are amongst the largest insects of Eurasia. Their populations are attracted to xerotherm habitats that they found on rocky steppes of middle mountains. They live in isolated sparse populations being of low density specially in image stage. Being flightless, Saga species are less able to move from one habitat to another. As particular orthopterans, these katydids are obligatory insectivores being on top of the athropod food pyramid in their habitat." - Balázs Kolics, 2009…

"Saginae species are amongst the largest insects of Eurasia. Their populations are attracted to xerotherm habitats that they found on rocky steppes of middle mountains. They live in isolated sparse populations being of low density specially in image stage. Being flightless, Saga species are less able to move from one habitat to another. As particular orthopterans, these katydids are obligatory insectivores being on top of the athropod food pyramid in their habitat." - Balázs Kolics, 2009…

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These fuzzy little cuties are Bombyliidae. The Bombyliidae are bee flies feeding on nectar and pollen, some being important pollinators.

Micrommata virescens

Micrommata virescens

.... Bailarinos doces

'Brave New Worlds' project references (Green lacewings)

The blue eyed killer” by - Mantide -  #animals

a mantis native to Gabon . Photos made ​​with Nikon and Nikkor Photographer Marco Milanesi

bug of the day | Had a pretty disappointing night at the lights last night. I was actually feeling kind of depressed about it when I hit my last stop of the night and there was nothing new or big there. After standing dejectedly for a few minutes, I turned around to start cleaning up and right in front of my eyes at the light was this delightful Maple Callus Borer (Synanthedon acerni), a clearwing moth. Woot!

coolbugs: “Bug of the DayHad a pretty disappointing night at the lights last night. I was actually feeling kind of depressed about it when I hit my last stop of the night and there was nothing new or.

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