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Sep 27Sep 27

Posted by Mooolah
LINKColorado's annual tarantula 'migration' has begun
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Sep 22Sep 22

Posted by Mooolah
LINKInsects are vanishing from our planet at an alarming rate. But there are ways to help them
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Sep 22Sep 22

Posted by Mooolah
LINKThis Little California Beach Town Is the Best Place to See the Great Monarch Butterfly Migration — but They Need Your Help
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Sep 13Sep 13

Posted by Mooolah
LINKMilkweed Butterflies Are More Murderous Than They Look
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Aug 26Aug 26

Posted by Mooolah
LINKAsian giant hornet nest destroyed in Washington state
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Aug 7Aug 7

Posted by Mooolah
LINKInvasive insect found in Rhode Island for 1st time
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Aug 5Aug 5

Posted by Mooolah
LINKWhat happens when you allow hundreds of snake hunters in the Everglades? You get a winner
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Jul 24Jul 24

Posted by Budgie
So one night my brother finds a carpet python inside, the other night I nearly trod on one coming in the door, tonight there was one in the chicken coop. Not sure if it is the same one but is about the same size. First we have seen here in the 7 ...
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Jul 18Jul 18

Posted by Zster
My first Monarch since moving here! I started a butterfly garden two years ago, specifically targeting monarchs and swallowtails. Got this lone caterpillar on native swamp milkweed that I’ve fought hard to keep going (is a tremendous aphid magnet).
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Jul 5Jul 5

Posted by Mooolah
LINKFor monarch butterflies, Florida’s ‘cesspool’ of infection may leave many too weak to migrate
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Jul 4Jul 4

Posted by Insectra
This is my girl Space Ghost (I thought she was a male when I named her). She's a captive bred hypomelanistic bullsnake and I've had her for 14yrs. She can be a real crab at times, but I'm fond of her.
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Jun 19Jun 19

Posted by Mooolah
LINK300K Americans may live with a chronic, deadly disease transmitted by the 'kissing bug.' What is Chagas and why are doctors missing it?
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May 6May 6

Posted by Mooolah
LINKThe 5 Most Unique Cicada Recipes
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Apr 20Apr 20

Posted by Insectra
A cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.
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Mar 21Mar 21

Posted by Insectra
Spring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania. Also pictured: male and female wood frogs, a male ...
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Mar 17Mar 17

Posted by Mooolah
LINKThey've been underground for 17 years. Now billions of cicadas are ready to party.
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Mar 17Mar 17

Posted by Mooolah
LINKMini parade of rescued young sea turtles released into Gulf
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Mar 13Mar 13

Posted by Mooolah
LINKCalifornia to appeal court ruling that overturned bumblebee protections
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Mar 13Mar 13

Posted by Mooolah
LINKSpring migration brings Monarch butterflies to Texas
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Mar 13Mar 13

Posted by Mooolah
LINKLetters to the Editor: You might be planting the wrong milkweed for monarch butterflies
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Jan 29Jan 29

Posted by Behind-the-dog
These Scathophaga stercoraria (yellow or golden dung flies) were attracted by some fragrant poorly composted chicken manure one day (many years ago, now) as I turned my compost heap. Scathophaga translates roughly as dung-eater. It turns out that...
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Dec 9, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by LifelongLearner
Male Latrodectus variolus, Northern Black Widow Blacksburg, VA
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Dec 7, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by LifelongLearner
Red-backed salamander (Plethodon cinereus) Blacksburg, VA
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Dec 1, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by LifelongLearner
Christoval, TX Spotted cucumber beetles (Diabrotica undecimpunctata) keeping each other "warm" and a Wee wittle weevil
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Dec 1, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by LifelongLearner
Pretty little moths...I don't know what the first one is, the others are ornate bella moths (Utetheisa ornatrix). Seen in Valdosta, GA
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Posted by BudgieSo one night my brother finds a carpet python inside, the other night I nearly trod on one coming in the door, tonight there was one in the chicken coop.

Posted by BudgieSo one night my brother finds a carpet python inside, the other night I nearly trod on one coming in the door, tonight there was one in the chicken coop.

Posted by ZsterMy first Monarch since moving here! I started a butterfly garden two years ago, specifically targeting monarchs and swallowtails.

Posted by InsectraThis is my girl Space Ghost (I thought she was a male when I named her).

Posted by InsectraThis is my girl Space Ghost (I thought she was a male when I named her).

Posted by InsectraThis is my girl Space Ghost (I thought she was a male when I named her).

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

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