Florida(& S. Georgia) insects

zonbonzovi

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unIDed assassin(?) nymph


Romalea microptera


Ranatra sp.


Microcentrum rhombifolium(?)


A pine borer, I think


"Canal" crab


An untimely end


Plant eater, of a sort


You can't see us


Brother from another lubber


Euro wasps?


'pillar


wasp?


weevil


moth


velvety goodness


Dynastes tityus


Ranatra, part deux


Calosoma ?



Dung lover, I forget the genus


swallowtail 'pillar?


sexy b-fly


yum


Lethocerus sp.(so cute, until the red hot injection...oops)



cicada


more unIDed beetles




More to come?
Companion thread for arachnids in the true spider section...
 

Travis K

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Nice pics Zonvi,

I expect we will see more?

Oh yeah and you had better have brought me back a water scorpion. If not I am going to drain your bog...
 

zonbonzovi

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Nice pics Zonvi,

I expect we will see more?

Oh yeah and you had better have brought me back a water scorpion. If not I am going to drain your bog...
There shall.

I'll have to talk to the babysitter about survival rates, but looks good so far;)

Me bog's a wee bit clogged...feel free.
 

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Dasymutilla occidentalis


 
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Yep, but just for pix...it's actually going away to stay permanently with a velvet ant lover.
 

Vulgaris

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The 'untimely end' is most likely Polistes bellicosus

The 'euro wasps' are not dominula. They are most likely exclamans
 

zonbonzovi

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The 'untimely end' is most likely Polistes bellicosus

The 'euro wasps' are not dominula. They are most likely exclamans
Thanks for the ID! They were quite "docile" compared to the yellow jackets I'm used to.
 
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