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Descriptions of Pyralidae from the Death Valley


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Location info error?


i see... unfortunately, conversion doesn't work this way


Genus Ophryastes


Thanks for providing the genus key


an old friend


bee Death Valley


ID: Bledius ferratus


Acmaeodera tuta.


Could be either


Aquatic Insects of California: With Keys to North American [...]


There's one species


Porcellionides floria


You found a rare one. That is


Yes, an exciting find :-)


Unknown walking stick ID Request


I think that is the bug that attacked me in 1976


Death Valley bug


DV dunes bug


Thanks, Harsi -


Quite sure this is R. ruficollis -


Jake's an H. obscurus


Thanks, Jonas!


Liodessus I think...


There's just a lot of desert


I agree with Vassili that it


desert bugging


Vaejovis coahuilae, likely!


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i have caught some of these i