I saw this guy out in the bushes by my house one day. He (or she? I can't tell) was beautiful, so I snapped a photo.
This looks like it could maybe be a widow spider, but I'm not really sure.
This plant doesn't look very interesting, but it's a living fossil!
At first I thought this was a violin spider, but the speckled pattern on the abdomen makes me second-guess myself, since usually violin spiders have plain colored abdomens. It was also just slightly larger than violin spiders usually are. Any help would be nice!
Most likely a Trombidium holosericeum near Windhoek. I love these guys!
I found this yellow flower crab spider when I was hiking Fish River Canyon. I believe it's a Thomisus genus but I could be wrong. Don't know the species.
I don't even know what Order this thing belongs too, it's one of the most bizarre insects I've ever seen. There were a buttload of what looked like silk threads sprouting from its butt. Any help identifying it would be appreciated.
Caught this one outside my house one night. If someone knows what those weird white things coming out of its abdomen and hind legs are in the last photo, please tell me!
This dude was huge! He was crawling around my yard one day.
I saw this guy on a leaf of a spice plantation in Zanzibar. There were swarms of them everywhere, but I'm not an ant specialist so I have no idea what they are.
Beautiful hornbill right on our campsite near Brandberg Mountain.
I don't know what type of ants these are, but they emit a foul, urine-like odor when provoked. I also have a picture of what I believe are the larvae.
Some macro shots of a wallspider outside my house and its molt.
I only saw this guy because he kept jumping around, but he looks exactly like the rocks. He had beautiful pink wings but I couldn't get a shot of them! Possibly a Sphingonotus sp.?
This rain spider was clinging to the wall of the staff room one day.
I believe this is some species of cotton bug, but another verification would be nice!
I saw this tiny purple crab near Henties Bay. Not sure what family or anything else.
I thought this was the Predatory Bush Cricket (Saga pedo) at first, but that is a wingless species, so I'm not sure what this is now.
This is one of the first insects I saw upon arriving in Namibia. Beautiful milkweed locust!