Puse una termita que fue jalada rápidamente en el nido de la hormiga leon
San Diego County, California, US
One of the only invertebrates flying in the misty and warm (for December) weather. We noticed it when it landed on one of us. Near a river and young forest.
The head and body shape are wrong, but the wings are so lace- and dome-like that I thought Lacewings might be on the right track.
Visitor at moth light
Camouflaged with lichen, one of less than a dozen specimens at the foot of a large American Beech tree.
Ant lion city under a sandstone ledge.
Found on a lemon verbena plant. Under 1cm in length.
Reptile? Inset? Other? About 1.5 inches across.
Adult 1-3/4" long, looks like small damselfly.
En Paco´s Nature Reserve
Don't know what it is. It looked like a green winged shrimp lol :D
"sky island" habitat in the Davis Mountains - Elev. 6000 - Cavalry Campground
Specimen collected and field curated by Dr. Will Godwin (wgodwin). Photography, identifications, data logging and data labels by Robert J. Nuelle, Jr. (rjnjr). Additional ID assistance by Robert J. Nuelle, III (rnuelle3).