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Biollantefan54's Bug-Hunt Thread (PIC HEAVY)

Discussion in 'Field Trips (Natural Habitats)' started by Biollantefan54, Aug 30, 2015.

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    Tiger swallow tail
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    Fly
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    Agelenids
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    Harvestman
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    Ichneumon wasp cocoon
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    Earwig with eggs
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    Boxelder beetles
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    Euthyrhynchus floridanus
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    Tiny Philodromid
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    Steatoda
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    Super small mystery spider
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  2. Found a lot of Dolomedes vittatus today :D
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    Not sure what species this is..
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    Schizocosa avida and a small Pardosa
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    I thought this was a small Lyssomanes viridis, it was about 6 feet away and I couldn't get closer (poison ivy everywhere!) but much to my surprise, it was actually a young Pisaurina mira!
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    Leaf hopper
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    Some different orb weavers (I love the first pic :D )
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    GIANT cranefly laying eggs I believe
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    Not sure what this is
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  3. Hoverfly
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    Harvestman
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    Micrathena gracilis
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    Mature male agelenid
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    Caterpillar with some good camo!
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    Rabidosa rabida(s)
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    Dandelion in a spider's web.
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    Camel cricket
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    Trachelas tranquillus
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    Toad
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    Hypercompe scribonia
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    Xysticus pair I found under a leaf.
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    Snail climbing a leaf :D
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    Ichneumon wasp
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    Latrodectus mactans
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    Millipede
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  4. Tiny aphids :D
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    Neoscona crucifera
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    P. viridans with an egg sack
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    Frontinella communis with an....Argyrodes? To see the Argyrodes(?) look at the 2nd pic, it'll be at the top, the F. communis is at the very bottom.

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    Talk about LUCKY! I have never found one of these before and I literally was looking them up a few hours ago and now, I found one! Misumena vatia

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    Tiny spider on one of the base lines of a M. gracilis web.
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    Crab spider
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    Super duper tiny spider
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    Gnat
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    Agelenid
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    Leaf hopper
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  5. Papilio glaucus
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    Agelenid
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    Gorgeous stinkbug thing
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    Pisaurina mira
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  6. Look close, there is a fly and some kind of insect on the flower
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    TINY spider, probably leg span of 1/8"
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    Agelenids
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    Cobweb spider
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    An agelenid that looked a bit different.
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    Ghost spider, Wulfila sp.?
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    Beetle
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    Cordyceps?
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  7. This is a seriously menacing picture! If you wanted to stir up some scares, tell people these guys are big enough to eat bunnies in the wild. :o_O:

    Loving your thread!
     
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  8. I am really glad you like it! :D And yeah, that looks like flesh, not a cute leafhopper lol! I can see it on a Fox News article all ready! :)
     
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  9. Xysticus sp.
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    Snail
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    Isopods
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    MM Tetragnathidae
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    Harvestman
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    Baby camel cricket
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    Found this wolf playing Russian roulette with an agelenid.
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    Monarch I caught changed into a butterfly :D
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    Big elephant mosquito
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    Tiny wolf
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    Earwig
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  10. Pisaurina mira
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    Lady bug pupa
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    Mystery eggs!
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    Agelenids
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    Mystery spider
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    Weevil
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  11. Agelenids
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    Inchworm
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    Scytodes sp.
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    Hyptiotes sp.
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    Ghost spiders
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    Lacewing larvae
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    Orb weavers
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    Crab spiders
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    Tree cricket
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    Harvestmen mating
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    L. mactans sub-adult
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    Fruit fly
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    Monarch I found outside as a caterpillar
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    Agelenids
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    TINY spider
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    Hoverfly
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    Tiny spider, maybe L. venusta?
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    Isopods
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  12. Chris11

    Chris11 ArachnoBat Arachnosupporter

    Very cool and crystal pictures! I need a freakin camera!
     
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  13. Ghost spiders
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    Agelenids
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    Orb weaver
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    Beetle
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    Dolomedes albineus
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    Moth
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    Pardosa sp.
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    Harvestman
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    Isopod
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    Bowl and doily weaver
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    Not a bug but...I found it WHILE looking for bugs, Ambystoma maculatum
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    Not a bug but..it was pretty, dandelion.
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    Also not a bug but...it's adorable
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  14. Ladybug
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    Soil centipede
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    Harvestman
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    Moths
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    Hyptiotes sp.
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    Zelus sp.
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    Agelenid
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    Mosquito
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    Lycosids
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    Grasshopper
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    Steatodas
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    Pholcus sp.
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    Pisaurina dubia
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    Trachelas tranquillas
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    Mite
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    Uloborid with greenish web
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    Scytodes sp.
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    Cobweb spider
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    Isopods
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    Milipede
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  15. Bees
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    Harvestman
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    Orb weaver
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    Cobweb spider
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    Pholcus sp.
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    Not a bug but I liked it
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    Hoverfly
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    Crab spider eating a fly beside a ladybug larvae :D
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  16. Cobweb spiders
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    Isopod
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    Beetle larvae and springtail
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    I think some kind of Tetragnathidae
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    Thread-legged assassin bug
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    Found three Philodromids tonight too
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    Tiny orb weaver
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  17. Hisserdude

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    Man you take some nice pictures! :) If you find anymore of those Carolina leaf rolling crickets, could you try to breed them? They are carnivorous, and should be rather easy to care for. I really want to see these in the hobby, they are just so cool looking! :D
     
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  18. I haven't seen any in a while but when they pop up next year, I may try to keep them. Glad you like my pics :D
     
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  19. P. mira
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    Acanthepeira
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    Can't remember the name of this...starts with a P I believe.
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    Steatoda's
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    D. crocata
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    Latrodectus'
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    Euryopis funebris
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    Black oil beetle
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    Other cobweb spiders
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    A. bicolor retreat
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    Harvestmen mating
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    Earwig
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  20. Male black oil beetle. I saw 2 that night, about 7 inches apart from each other. 3rd and 4th I have ever seen!
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    Young Latrodectus
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    Evaniidae
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    P. dubia giving me a threat pose!
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    Weevil
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    MM sp.
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    Zelus sp.
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    Steatoda sp.
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