Adult bug. Photo by Jessica McIntyre
Appears to be a male. Photo by Niurka
Photo by Shannon Clark
Photo by Kyle
Found "on Magnolia Ave about 200 yards east of Lincoln Street all over the vegetation in the easement next to the sidewalk. Both north and south side of Magnolia. It was definitely an infestation....literally thousands of them". Photo by Joey Haas
Photo by Minnie
Dead, adult beetle. Photo by Carol Heller
Larva. Photo by Rebecca Konegen.
Photo by Cheree Duarte
Adult in web. Photo by Kathy Pitchford
Larva. Photo by Carol Heller
Photo by Ceceilia
Adult insect, found in swimming pool. Photo by Carol Heller.
Adult searching along the ground. Photo by Cecelia
Photo by Joyce Tierney
Dead individual found in a home. Photos by Steve Mains. Based on features observable in the ventral view, identification by Lorenzo Prendini (American Museum of Natural History) as "juvenile female P. puritanus".
Blooming plants in rocky, disturbed soil. Photo by Steve Mains. Identification confirmed by UC Riverside botanists Arlee Montalvo and Andrew Sanders.
Juvenile, found on a ridge north of the arroyo. Photo by Steve Mains
Appears to be a melanistic male: could be S. occidentalis. Photo by Steve Mains
Identification assumed from overall body form, but could be wrong. Photo by Angel Hernandez
Along the trail to Harney Peak. Photo by Pat
Identification by UC Riverside Herbarium botanist Andrew Sanders as Croton setigerus (=Eremocarpus setigerus). “AKA “dove weed” because doves are reported to like the seeds.” Photo by Ryan Sendejas.
Appears to be a female, or perhaps an immature animal, with a regrown tail. Photo by Don Garland.
Photo by Teresa Woodard
Adult (perhaps female) with prey (perhaps a rabbit). Photos submitted by James Riley, Norma Alvarez and Nathalia Hernandez.
Photo by Patti
Adult on window, attracted to lights. Photo by Tim Kane. Identification verified by Butterflies and Moths of North America.
Adult. Photo by Tim Kane
Photo by Dana Cole