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

This is a Ravine Trapdoor Spider. The scientific name is Cyclocosmia truncata Can you believe that this the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider

that's what we see, what does he see?

insects macro nature - This looks like the gopher from Caddy Shack with a goatee and some cool shades!

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What We Love This Week, Volume XXVIII

What We Love This Week, Volume XXVIII Source: Deviant Art The Macro World Of Insects Source: Deviant Art Given our height, it’s somewhat understandable that we neglect to examine the millions upon.

all righty then, another bug to identify... yep, this is your 'black-ferned-antennae, black/gold/silver bug'... I could have thrown in 'six-legged' but the name was already getting pretty long - I like to be very specific when I'm naming bugs...

all righty then, another bug to identify. yep, this is your 'black-ferned-antennae, black/gold/silver bug'. I could have thrown in 'six-legged' but the name was already getting pretty long - I like to be very specific when I'm naming bugs.

The Picasso Bug : The incredible insect looks like its been hand-painted by an…

The Picasso Bug : Shield-backed Bug (Scutelleridae), probably Sphaerocoris annulus

Giant Anteater ~ Oso Hormiguero (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) Solitary, nocturnal, grasslands, deciduous and rainforests. Eats mainly ants, termites, sometimes up to 30,000 insects in a day. One of few mammals without any teeth. Length up to 7 ft; 4 of head & torso with a 3-ft tail, 65-140 lbs. Grey or brown, but all have a diagonal black and white shoulder stripe. A very keen sense of smell, but may have poor sight & hearing. Tongue can reach 2 ft in length, flicking 150 times per minute.

Giant Anteater ~ Oso Hormiguero (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) Solitary, nocturnal, grasslands, deciduous and rainforests. Eats mainly ants, termites, sometimes up to 30,000 insects in a day. One of few mammals without any teeth. Length up to 7 ft; 4 of head & torso with a 3-ft tail, 65-140 lbs. Grey or brown, but all have a diagonal black and white shoulder stripe. A very keen sense of smell, but may have poor sight & hearing. Tongue can reach 2 ft in length, flicking 150 times per minute.

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