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Menesta - Menesta melanella
Menesta - Menesta melanella
Spiderweb, Aiken County, South Carolina, USA
September 1, 2014
Attracted to light.

Hodges#1031 Menesta melanella

Grasshopper with reddish tibia - female
Grasshopper with reddish tibia - Female
Manassas Battlefield Deep Cut, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2014
Size: large
3 of 3 images of this specimen.

Acrocercops sp?
Acrocercops sp?
Verona, Augusta County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2014
are we looking at a species of Acrocercops?

Lady Beetleish
Lady Beetleish
Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
June 2, 2014
Size: 1/4 inch

Large lichen-patterned spider
Large lichen-patterned spider
Woolwich, Sagadahoc County, Maine, USA
December 31, 1969
Size: 2cm body
It bit my aunt and the bite made her finger go numb for a while.

Grasshopper with reddish tibia - female
Grasshopper with reddish tibia - Female
Manassas Battlefield Deep Cut, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2014
Size: large
2 of 3 images of this specimen.

Promalactis - Promalactis suzukiella
Promalactis - Promalactis suzukiella
Verona, Augusta County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2014
at the vapor light

Grasshopper with reddish tibia - female
Grasshopper with reddish tibia - Female
Manassas Battlefield Deep Cut, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2014
Size: large
1 of 3 images of this specimen.
So many Melanoplus species! Hope you can do better than me.

Tiger Beetle
Tiger Beetle
Manassas Battlefield Deep Cut, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2014
Size: normal
2 of 2 images of this specimen.

Tiger Beetle
Tiger Beetle
Manassas Battlefield Deep Cut, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2014
Size: normal
1 of 2 images of this specimen.
Look at that mouth! So now I understand they are predators! Cicindella splendida or C. limbata?

 
 
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