So I guess this is some species of Hoplocorypha, although there is not an ID tag for them yet currently available.
I'm not even sure this is a Hemiptera, I just took a guess. Possibly Chalcocoris? Some help IDing would be nice!
This hopper looks just like dried up dead leaves. If I knew the family I might be able to find the genus/sp.
This looks like it could maybe be a widow spider, but I'm not really sure.
Not sure what species this is, but I have a couple living in my house. They are pretty cute.
Thankfully some of my villagers had already killed this earlier that morning when I came across it. I was still scared though.
My cat dragged one of these into my house in the middle of the night. The chirping was the loudest I have heard from any cricket.
A citrus swallowtail butterfly at Shamangorwa S.S.S.
I believe this is some type of sand wasp, not sure of the genus.
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.
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.
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!
Another Empusa species, this time at my house in Namibia. This one has slightly more prominent wings than the last one did.
I tried to identify this one but I couldn't even find the right family. . . It has distinctive comb like hairs on its front tibia.