caterpillar on leaf
squat brown spider with white markings on its back
1st sighted Nov 22 2015 looking gravid
Now has egg sac
On same plant, same location, but flower now spent
yellow and black with orange head and feet, found feeding on snowbush (there were also White-tipped Black moth adults in the same location)
black wings with white tips
wingspan about 1.5 inches
body less than one inch
First observed Nov 22 - went back to see if there was an egg case - didn't see one.
Returned Dec 6 2015 - found with egg case (see that observation)
about an inch to inch and a half wingspan
Green Lynx Spider
the flower is 1 inch or less wide Nov. 22, 2015 1st sighting
Didn't see any spots - the white is probably from the flash. In the school garden, on weeds.
found on sidewalk in Jinotega, NI
fuzzy, white, on leaves
borroso, blanco, sobre hojas
Found crawling around on patio, black
Se encontró gateando alrededor de un patio
about 6-8 nymphs in spittle on a white hibiscus in a yard (see photo)
Took spittle off one (the large one shown in the photo) to take a photo of the critter inside.
Aproximadamente 6-8 ninfas en la saliva en un hibisco blanco en un patio (ver la foto)
Quité la saliva de uno (el grande que se muestra en la foto) para tomar una foto de los animalitos dentro.
Light brown with light stripe on back. SVL ~2.75 inches, warty, has parotids,found in house courtyard at night 9:20 pm
Marrón claro con raya ligera en espalda. SVL ~2.75 pulgadas, verrugosas, tiene parotids, encontrado en el patio de la casa a 21:20 de noche
in front of bathroom
ventral view - see 2nd photo for dorsal view
1/2 cm width & height - looks like a very tiny moth, but isn't
filter fly, drain fly, or moth fly
closest thing I found upon Googling - red, ant-like, true bug, though the one in the link lacks the black markings.
Also, I have already documented a leaf-footed bug in the same general area
not a bug expert, though, especially in Nicaragua
In a graveyard. After a heavy rain, one of the graves that was sunken had quite a bit of water in it and there were 3 mating pairs of toads and some solitary ones.
En un cementerio. Después de una lluvia torrencial, una de las tumbas que era hundida tenía bastante agua en ello y había 3 pares que aparean de sapos y algún solitario. Esto es el par número uno.
In a graveyard. After a heavy rain, one of the graves that was sunken had quite a bit of water in it and among the toads there was an solitary one that had a huge TICK attached to its neck, and two much smaller TICKS can be seen on his left side.
En un cementerio. Después de una fuerte lluvia, una de las tumbas que fue hundida y tenía un mucha agua, y entre los sapos era una solitaria que tenía un enorme GARRAPATA pegada en su cuello, y dos más pequeñas GARRAPATAS puede ser visto en su lado izquierdo.
In a graveyard. After a heavy rain, one of the graves that was sunken had quite a bit of water in it and there were toad egg strings, mating toads, and this single one had a huge tick attached to its neck, and two much smaller ones can be seen on his left side.
En un cementerio. Después de una fuerte lluvia, una de las tumbas que fue hundida y tenía mucha agua y cadenas de huevos de sapos, apareamiento sapos y este ha tenía una enorme garrapata pegada en su cuello, y dos muchas más pequeñas puede ser visto en su lado izquierdo.
In a graveyard. After a heavy rain, one of the graves that was sunken had quite a bit of water in it and there toad egg strings, mating toads, and one was just climbing out as I arrived - this one.
There was even one with a huge tick on its neck - I will post that one later.
nest rather high in a tree on the SE corner of Central Park - additional photos will show closer shots....this one is the first because this camera has GPS...the other has a longer lens
Black with orange on "skirt"
Negro con naranja en "la falda"
black with orange
negro con naranja
feeding on Celosia planted on a grave in the cemetery of Jinotega, Jinotega, Nicaragua
large - 2 1/2 - 3 inches
grande 2 1/2 - 3 pulgadas
This observation is for the one on the left.
Esta observación es para lo que está a la izquierda, un poco menos grande que lo a la derecha
yellow with black spots and black spines, about 3/4 inch
amarillo con manches negros y espinas negras, ~3/4 pulgadas