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4 Venomous Caterpillars Flourishing In Florida (Video Slideshow)

Gongylus gongylodes. indian rose mantis.

I love the Mantis family- we can't just like the cute ones :) Indian Rose Mantis.

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Stampin' Up! SU, Kirsty's Cards n' Scrapping Delicious Leaf Stampin Up: Owl Builder Punch paperclip. Great marketing / promo gift for.

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See and Compare a Designed one as this with real One: Ceratophyus polyceros Pallas, 1771

Now that's a weird caterpillar   his name is SPIKE

Nature is magic. Coolest caterpillar ever. Sheila my card arrived today and as always its fab. Still no wings but this is the coolest caterpillar ever so going to be him fro a few days more x thank u x

Blue-banded Bee (Amegilla cingulata), native to Australia and Papua New Guinea, bee that prefers to live solitary instead of in communal hives.

"This is the Blue-banded Bee (Amegilla cingulata), a very beautiful insect that is also amazingly important to the agriculture of Australia." -- Click through for photos of more blue-banded bees and to learn more of this very different critter.

Lagarto diabo-espinhoso ('Moloch horridus'), mostrando a barriga cheia de espinhos. http://diariodebiologia.com/

Thorny dragon (Moloch horridus) The thorny dragon or thorny devil is an Australian lizard. The thorny devil grows up to 20 cm in) in length, and it can live for up to 20 years.

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Cool hair-do. :o) The Chinese Comet Moth caterpillar Photo credit: Igor Siwanowicz (larval Actias dubernardi )

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IT'S AN INSECT! Lichen Katydid (Markia Hystrix) by Reza Hashemizadeh, projectnoal: Amazing camouflage! Not a mushroom or fungus, or lichen but I thought you would enjoy this little guy.

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Kind of an odd place for this pin but the colors in this moth are so beautiful and would make a nice color theme. Beautiful aqua moth with gold and white markings