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2020-05-31 1:08:33 AM  
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Honey bee meets wild cucumber

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2020-06-04 12:32:16 AM  
7 votes:
 
2020-05-31 11:19:08 PM  
7 votes:
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/what the adult cicada looks like
 
2020-05-31 11:38:26 AM  
7 votes:
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Titled Crouching Sweat Bee Hidden Spider on my Flickr page.
 
2020-06-04 4:28:34 AM  
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2020-06-03 7:41:02 PM  
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/Butterfly World
//Coconut Beach,Florida
 
2020-06-01 10:02:05 PM  
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2020-06-04 4:19:07 AM  
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2020-06-04 2:32:21 AM  
5 votes:
and one for Elsinore

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2020-06-04 2:10:00 AM  
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2020-06-04 2:02:53 AM  
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2020-06-04 1:36:02 AM  
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2020-06-03 8:56:48 PM  
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2020-06-01 10:00:32 PM  
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2020-05-31 7:01:33 PM  
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Coffee stealer!
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2020-05-31 7:00:14 PM  
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Just hatched...
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2020-05-31 11:40:36 AM  
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Bombus Impatiens on Goldenrod.
 
2020-05-31 11:14:07 AM  
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Pelecinus polyturator (Drury). Not the most spectacular photo, but I'm submitting it for a couple of reasons. First, these beasts are cool (well, to insect nerds) as they're parasitic wasps that solved the problem of attacking hosts that live deep in a substrate by evolving an elongate abdomen (rather than the more typical long ovipositor). Second, they're parasites of June bugs (a.k.a. "June beetles"; actually attack the grubs in the soil), so it's - in a way - a good fit for the thread.
 
2020-06-03 8:56:09 PM  
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2020-05-31 7:24:04 PM  
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Joined the picnic

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2020-06-04 12:52:23 AM  
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2020-06-04 12:30:31 AM  
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2020-06-03 8:57:15 PM  
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2020-05-31 11:12:50 PM  
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cicada nymph skins
/huge cicada eruption
//Fayetteville, WV
 
2020-05-31 11:43:27 AM  
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Spider Mite
 
2020-05-31 1:07:21 AM  
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Some true bug nymph

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2020-05-31 1:05:44 AM  
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Robber fly

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2020-06-04 1:36:58 AM  
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2020-06-04 1:36:26 AM  
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2020-06-04 12:55:22 AM  
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There's a bee butt in there
 
2020-05-31 3:17:52 AM  
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Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara Falls, Canada
 
2020-06-04 12:48:27 PM  
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2020-06-04 12:44:11 PM  
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2020-06-04 12:48:00 AM  
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2020-06-04 12:15:13 AM  
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