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Can you believe that this is the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider

Can you believe that this is the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider

The family Fulgoridae is a large group of hemipteran insects, especially abundant and diverse in the tropics, containing over 125 genera worldwide. They are mostly of moderate to large size, many with a superficial resemblance to Lepidoptera due to their brilliant and varied coloration. Various genera and species (especially the genera Fulgora and Pyrops) are sometimes referred to as lanternflies or lanthorn flies, though they do not emit light.

The family Fulgoridae is a large group of hemipteran insects, especially abundant and diverse in the tropics, containing over 125 genera worldwide. They are mostly of moderate to large size, many with a superficial resemblance to Lepidoptera due to their brilliant and varied coloration. Various genera and species (especially the genera Fulgora and Pyrops) are sometimes referred to as lanternflies or lanthorn flies, though they do not emit light.

Pygoplatys validus; female, male. If Batman were a bug! Ok, Batwoman...

Pygoplatys validus; female, male. If Batman were a bug! Ok, Batwoman...

"Tree Lobsters" I'm not pinning this because of the picture, but the story behind it. These bugs were thought to be extinct since 1920, but 24 were found on a TINY rocky island... under its one bush. A group of scientist removed 4 of the bugs and have started a successful rehabilitation plan.

"Tree Lobsters" I'm not pinning this because of the picture, but the story behind it. These bugs were thought to be extinct since 1920, but 24 were found on a TINY rocky island... under its one bush. A group of scientist removed 4 of the bugs and have started a successful rehabilitation plan.

What a hoot! This owl's camouflage is so good you can barely tell its beak from its bark. Photographer Graham McGeorge, managed to snap the amazing pics of the Eastern screech owl in Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia. According to Barcroft