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FLAmoeba Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Field Trips (Natural Habitats)' started by Amoeba, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. Amoeba

    Amoeba Arachnolord

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    Either a Microcentrum rhombifolium or retinerve. Thinking it's the former. Not 100% on Katydids.

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  2. Amoeba

    Amoeba Arachnolord

    Pretty poor day for bugs but I was off my normal path today.

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    Caterpillar invasion!!
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    Odontotaenius disjunctus and some larva
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    Natures speedbump.
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    Controlled burn aftermath
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  3. Amoeba

    Amoeba Arachnolord

    Late night flipping for pedes. Only found a tiny pedeling.

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    My favorite find of the night a harvestman
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  4. Very nice pics! :D

    PS - the Katydid is Microcentrum rhombifolium. :)
     
  5. stewstew8282

    stewstew8282 Arachnoknight

    nice pics, i miss the southeast sometimes...
     
  6. Come on back! :)
     
  7. Amoeba

    Amoeba Arachnolord

    Danke for the ID. They were popping around here en masse. We seem to have multiple species that invade each year. N americanus, the moth pillars, and Canadian Geese.

    Thanks! Silb is right, come on back; it'll take an act of God to pry me out of the south.
     
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  8. Silenus

    Silenus Arachnopeon

    Looks like some of that was taken at Starkey park, I've yet to find much in terms of interesting wildlife out there, but I don't get to dig around for too long.
     
  9. stewstew8282

    stewstew8282 Arachnoknight

    Liked FL when I visited, would never go back to SC where I lived for a few years...too many rednecks flying the Confederate flag still..and dumb people..GA was nice, but if I decided to move back to the east coast, it would be NE, probably back to NY where I grew up and lived until 2007. To me, 50 degrees is beautiful weather lol. Love me some snow. But Vegas is great, 360 days a year I'm able to ride my motorcycle. Decisions Decisions....
     
  10. Amoeba

    Amoeba Arachnolord

    All FL looks the same pines and palms with sugar sand afoot. I'm back in the bay area I might have to show you a thing or two some day.

    I hear people here complain about the cold and it is getting into monsoon season so ride when you can. We have our rednecks too and our rebel flags but there are too many Yankees down here to be so southern near the beaches.
     
  11. Silenus

    Silenus Arachnopeon

    That is the best summary of FL I've ever read. I've lived all up the coast of Florida and it's pretty much the same everywhere.
     
  12. Amoeba

    Amoeba Arachnolord

    Kinda wet out today but I still found some stuff

    Another harvestman :( still not Vonones ornata
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  13. Amoeba

    Amoeba Arachnolord

    Hemiscolopendra marginata

    Broken Fang:
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    Prefemoral Spines:
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