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The Ten Foot Invert Challenge

Discussion in 'Through the Lens' started by advan, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. keks

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  2. Duriana

    Duriana Arachnoknight Active Member

    Ah if only I had any sort of camera besides a phone. Which leads me to the topic of what camera you guys would recommend for beginners?
     
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  6. Flexzone

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    Genus: Bombus- "Bumblebee"
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    Sitticus fasciger
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    Sophophora sp.
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  9. Trenor

    Trenor Arachnoprince Active Member

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    I found a cool spider that caught a bumblebee on the fig bush.

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  10. Andy00

    Andy00 Arachnosquire

    Japanese beetle found on rose bush in front yard. (Popillia japonica) IMG_1716.JPG Weevil found on the outside of my window (Curculionidae) IMG_1815.JPG
     
  11. Flexzone

    Flexzone Arachnodemon

    Araneus diadematus
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    Dolichovespula maculata- 2:1 single shot

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  12. Staehilomyces

    Staehilomyces Arachnolord Active Member

    A huntsman, possibly Isopedella conspersa.
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  13. Red Eunice

    Red Eunice Arachnobaron Active Member

    Opened the front door and saw this mantis at face level. Bit of a startle I must admit. Lol! Mantis.jpg

    Don't see these very often in my area. This one's nearly 6" in length.
     
  14. Red Eunice

    Red Eunice Arachnobaron Active Member

    This is the other mantis species in my area. Small maybe 3", hanging on the window screen by the front door. Small mantis.jpg 20170926_145840.jpg
    Don't keep mantids, but are cool to see them about, left it alone to do its thing.