Leafhopper (Cicadellidae)

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Triangular Spider

Triangular Spider I find these in the woods all the time. In bright orange reds and yellows

https://flic.kr/p/un1HJ6 | Tiger moth, Eucereon mitigata | from Ecuador: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums">www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums</a>

https://flic.kr/p/un1HJ6 | Tiger moth, Eucereon mitigata | from Ecuador: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums">www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums</a>

What?

Species Umbonia spinosa, commonly known as bug Espino; mimics perfectly the spine of some plants to camouflage and to survive in the wild.

The iridescent eye-catching colors (like these Jewel beetles above) are very vibrant; it's hard to believe they are truly real.

Giant rove beetle in the miombo forests. It's about 32mm long, black, hairy, with strikingly bright reddish elytra and beaded antenna. It hunts under the vegetation growing on and around huge termite hills.

Giant rove beetle in the miombo forests. It's about long, black, hairy, with strikingly bright reddish elytra and beaded antenna. It hunts under the vegetation growing on and around huge termite hills.

Once you begin watching spiders, you haven’t time for much else—the world is really loaded with them. I do not find them repulsive or revolt...

rhamphotheca: no-more-tea-not-ever: nemertea: Rainbow spiny orb weaver (Gasteracantha westringi) female, Shoal Bay, NT, AU.

Leafhopper (Cicadellidae)

Found during a night hike in Pantiacolla midlevel rainforest, Manu national park, Peru.

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