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Issid Planthoppers Family Issidae

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nanofishology

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May 20, 2017 06:07 PM CDT

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Pricklypear Borers Genus Melitara

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nanofishology

Date

October 27, 2018 08:58 PM CDT

Description

This moth stumped me, @sambiology, and a crowd of other Texas Master Naturalists

@gcwarbler @jeffmci9 Any ideas?

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catta

Date

November 14, 2013 12:52 PM UTC

Description

Tiputini Biodiversity Station

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American White Pelican Pelecanus erythrorhynchos

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nanofishology

Date

October 18, 2018 01:54 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

This was a spiritual moment for me.
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVH2txzWFlw

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Great Horned Owl Bubo virginianus

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nanofishology

Date

October 4, 2018 09:27 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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European Wool Carder Bee Anthidium manicatum

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nanofishology

Date

July 25, 2018 05:03 PM CDT

Description

NEAT!!!!!

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gernotkunz

Date

March 31, 2016

Description

© Carlos de la Rosa (with permission)

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Spiders Order Araneae

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nanofishology

Date

October 29, 2017 01:36 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

The things you find in your kitchen...

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nanofishology

Date

November 2, 2017 06:12 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Spring Polypore Polyporus arcularius

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kimberlietx

Date

August 13, 2018 01:08 PM CDT

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True Velvet Mites Family Trombidiidae

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meganayers

Date

September 20, 2018 03:13 PM EDT

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nanofishology

Date

July 6, 2018 09:54 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Well I'm stumped

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Beetles Order Coleoptera

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driftlessroots

Date

July 25, 2018 07:05 AM CDT

Description

Found buried in a pot of compost. Attempted to rear to adulthood for ID but failed.

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Pileated Woodpecker Dryocopus pileatus

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edkeddy

Date

September 6, 2017 09:17 PM PDT

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Japanese Fire Belly Newt Cynops pyrrhogaster

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prouvairication

Date

May 25, 2014 03:04 PM EDT

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Life

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prouvairication

Date

May 4, 2016 07:11 PM EDT

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Giant Puffball Calvatia gigantea

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jef

Date

September 13, 2018 10:50 AM EDT

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Larger Pygmy Mole Grasshopper Neotridactylus apicialis

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nanofishology

Date

June 20, 2018 09:26 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

????

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Pygmy Grasshoppers Family Tetrigidae

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nanofishology

Date

September 15, 2018 09:32 AM CDT

Description

Why were there 50 grasshoppers swimming in this puddle?! @brandonwoo

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nanofishology

Date

August 18, 2017 09:35 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Scissor-tailed Flycatcher Tyrannus forficatus

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nanofishology

Date

September 15, 2018 09:50 AM CDT

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igerboski

Date

May 13, 2018 04:05 PM CDT

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Golden-cheeked Warbler Setophaga chrysoparia

Date

April 8, 2018 10:38 AM PDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Longhorn Beetles Family Cerambycidae

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paperowl

Date

July 22, 2018 12:13 PM AEST

Description

Small White grub 25mm (right) found in wattle wood

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meganayers

Date

June 25, 2018

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Citrus Leafminer Moth Gonodonta nutrix

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kuchipatchis

Date

September 5, 2018 12:21 PM EDT

Description

the suggested IDs are not helping!

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honeymushroom

Date

April 5, 2018 01:22 PM CDT

Description

on Bois d'arc

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Slime Molds Phylum Mycetozoa

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nanofishology

Date

March 17, 2018 03:17 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

No idea if this is a fungus, a bacteria, a slime mold, or what. All I know is I forgot to put the leftover beet/lentil soup back in the fridge before leaving for a week in France, and I came home to... whatever this is. 🤐

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Non-biting Midges Family Chironomidae

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berndtherat

Date

August 28, 2018 03:10 PM CEST

Description

Foto 1: The observed insect.
Foto 2: A tongue.
Foto 3: The frog who ate my observation.

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Hackberry Emperor Asterocampa celtis

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nanofishology

Date

April 13, 2018 12:19 AM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Shortly after pupating, you can see the "mass" of caterpillar organs... uh... disappearing?

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Whiteflies Family Aleyrodidae

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kuchipatchis

Date

August 20, 2018 06:59 PM EDT

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nanofishology

Date

June 2, 2018 04:04 PM CDT

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grodz

Date

July 29, 2018 07:06 PM CDT

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White-footed Slime Diachea leucopodia

Date

June 13, 2016 06:45 PM -04

Description

Cerro San Cristóbal, Santiago, Región Metropólitana, Chile.

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Vine Sphinx Moth Eumorpha vitis

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nanofishology

Date

July 8, 2018 05:34 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Eggs!

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gcwarbler

Date

September 17, 2010 09:57 PM CDT

Description

A Dictyopharid planthopper.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/30539

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nanofishology

Date

April 23, 2018 10:18 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Black-waved Flannel Moth Megalopyge crispata

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paul_dennehy

Date

July 3, 2017 01:59 AM EDT

Description

A couple...

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walkingstick2

Date

September 13, 2017 09:02 AM CDT

Description

Drinking liquid from a leaf.

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brentano

Date

June 27, 2018 02:33 PM CDT

Description

Okay I'm gonna guess egg case here. Managed to wade out in the creek and grab a couple. There were even more of them on the tree than what i had seen on Saturday. Inside/underneath was spongy, fibrous while the top kind of flaked off.

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Chernetid Pseudoscorpions Family Chernetidae

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kimberlietx

Date

April 27, 2017 09:03 AM CDT

Description

Around 900 meters elevation. Hitching a ride on a beetle.

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Green Cloverworm Moth Hypena scabra

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nanofishology

Date

September 30, 2017 06:05 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Need to go through obs and link with the caterpillar and pupa

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Oil Beetles Genus Meloe

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blazeclaw

Date

April 28, 2018 03:56 PM CDT

Description

Female?

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blazeclaw

Date

March 17, 2018 04:31 PM MDT

Description

Found at an elevation of about 8,440 feet

Identified as Entomobrya zona by Frans Janssens on Bugguide.

First recorded photos of the species!

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Spurleg Lady Beetles Genus Brachiacantha

Date

April 7, 2018 06:15 PM PDT

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gcwarbler

Date

April 6, 2018 08:45 PM CDT

Description

Here is my record of the assassin bug that many of us documented at Amistad. A second illustration points out key parts of the insect. Differentiating R. hamatus from R. guttatus is not always simple but the original literature (Blatchley 1926) includes a key which describes the differences. I've included a marked up copy of my image (2nd pic) to illustrate my understanding of those differences.

Simply put, on biguttatus *half* of the hardened basal part of the forewing (corium) is ALL yellow with no dark sliver splitting towards its base. This example from Louisiana shows a classic Rasahus biguttatus:
https://bugguide.net/node/view/839960/bgimage
In classic hamatus (as illustrated in a line drawing in Blatchley's original work), a substantial dark area penetrates towards the base of the corium on each wing, splitting the yellow and creating an "M"-shaped yellow patch on the basal part of the wings as shown in the present example. Often, the outer edge of that yellow M is also missing so that there is only yellow along the inner seams of the corium.

The color on the narrow clavus, the sliver of the wing basal to the V-shaped seams on the corium, is variable but basically it is about 1/2 yellow on hamatus and 2/3 to 3/4 yellow on biguttatus (thus "in great part yellow" in Blatchley's original phrasing).

The last element is the "connexivum" or the edge of the abdomen exposed on each side of the FWs. This is reportly widely visible AND boldly marked black and yellow on BOTH sexes of biguttatus. It is usually mostly pale on both sexes of hamatus and either wide (female) or narrow (male).

As I understand it, the present bug shows all the correct marks for a male Rasahus hamatus.

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Texas Leafcutter Ant Atta texana

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waltermellon

Date

May 21, 2018 06:57 AM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Spotted Sandpiper Actitis macularius

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nanofishology

Date

April 19, 2018 02:05 PM CDT

Description

the poopening

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sambiology

Date

April 6, 2018

Description

Had such a blast with other iNatters at the Del Rio gathering. I saw lots and lots of new plants and animals -- so these ID's are tentative. I'll have to do a little more digging later.
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/sambiology/15447-spending-time-with-inat-community-in-del-rio

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Black-capped Vireo Vireo atricapilla

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nanofishology

Date

April 8, 2018 02:10 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Best photos I’ve ever taken

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Star Milkvine Matelea biflora

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nanofishology

Date

April 29, 2018 11:27 AM CDT

Description

!!!

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nanofishology

Date

April 30, 2018 08:50 PM CDT

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nanofishology

Date

April 30, 2018 02:36 PM CDT

Description

uhhhhhhhhhh

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nanofishology

Date

April 27, 2018 05:55 PM CDT

Description

gall

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sea-kangaroo

Date

April 27, 2018 03:04 PM PDT

Description

Grass leaf gall?

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Scale Insects Superfamily Coccoidea

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dava123

Date

November 12, 2017 08:56 AM CET

Description

on the tree

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Brilliant Sunspur Aetole tripunctella

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nanofishology

Date

April 28, 2018 06:52 PM CDT

Description

Is this moth… a LYNX SPIDER MIMIC?!?!

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Flowering Spurge Euphorbia corollata

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nanofishology

Date

April 28, 2018 01:24 PM CDT

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psyllidhipster

Date

April 8, 2018 03:43 PM PDT

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Date

April 7, 2018 11:03 AM PDT

Description

I was looking for cluster of Veliids on the banks of the Rio Grande and found these Gerrids instead. Huge thanks to Alysa for being brave enough to go out and catch these. And to Chris for doing the detective work back at home!

Large clusters of these striders were found in shady areas beside the Devil's River, ranging from 10-30 feet from shore.

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psyllidhipster

Date

April 7, 2018 11:16 AM PDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

This may be my favorite observation of the entire Texas trip.

@nanofishology was the real hero here. @silversea_starsong , Alysa and I found ourselves in a secluded spot by the water's edge, when one of them - certainly not myself - saw water striders off in the distance. Thousands of them, probably - I had never seen anything quite like it. After ruling out the idea of using our sweep nets for aquatic use, Alysa decided to get her feet wet and wade out 15 or so feet to where the water striders were congregating, armed with James's tiny two inch container.

Turns out, water striders are fast, alert, and not easily caught. But nonetheless Alysa prevailed and came back approximately ten minutes later with one in hand. James noticed that this one appeared to be a female and that we would probably need a male to get the species identified, and so Alysa set out again. 15-20 minutes later she returned successfully with an adult male. After we all took photos we returned the two water striders to the river to be with their family and we set off to find the rest of our group.

ID stuff:

Epler's Identification Manuel for the Aquatic and Semiaquatic Heteroptera of Florida, available online here:
http://publicfiles.dep.state.fl.us/dear/labs/biology/biokeys/heteroptera.pdf
Provides keys to the genera of water striders as well as keys for each of those genera. While the coverage area is Florida, I cross-referenced the genus coverage with the genera listed in Henry & Froeschner's Catalog of the Heteroptera , or True Bugs, of Canada and the Continental United States, and all of the genera found in the US are covered in Epler's key, making it very useful for any nearctic region even outside Florida.

The straight inner margin of the eye, the short body, the tarsi lacking a fringe of long setae, the freshwater habitat, characters of the antennae and the arched hind femora of the male make this water strider key very easily to the genus Rheumatobates. And again cross-referenced with Henry & Froeschner's Catalog, Epler's key covers all 8 US species, fortunately even including the one - R. hungerfordi - that is not known from Florida. That species, as well as R. palosi, R. tenupes, and R. trulliger, have all been recorded from Texas.

The arched hind femora of the male rule out half of the species, including R. tenuipes. The hind femur lacking any conspicuous long setae rule out R. palosi and one other. R. truliger and R. hungerfordi, the two remaining species, can be easily distinguished by the setae configuration on the mid femur, the former species having a small group of long setae near and the apex while R. hungerfordi has a row of long setae throughout the length of the femur, as seen here. As such, this is undoubtedly R. hungerfordi, and it also appears to be the first photos of this species! Half an hour invested for the first pics of a cool species? I'd say that's worth it.

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Dancers Genus Argia

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nanofishology

Date

March 30, 2018 12:49 PM CDT

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Splendid Tamarisk Weevil Coniatus splendidulus

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nathantaylor

Date

April 7, 2018 04:33 PM CDT

Description

Three growth stages found on this tree: larva, pupa, and adult

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Human Homo sapiens

Date

April 5, 2018 10:10 AM PDT

Description

@nanofishology and @psyllidhipster demonstrating the tools of the current iNat generation!

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Istar Sphinx Moth Lintneria istar

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psyllidhipster

Date

April 5, 2018 08:31 PM PDT

Description

At blacklight ; conditions weren't the greatest (too bright, too windy) - but, many visitors still showed up!

***I know what many of these things are *** I am trying a different approach with these observations and am uploading in mass using vague IDs and am going to go back and provide the specific IDs later. Please dont agree with the vague IDs or provide slightly less vague IDs unless you want unnecessary notifications later when I get back to these

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Istar Sphinx Moth Lintneria istar

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mako252

Date

April 5, 2018 09:32 PM CDT

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Wheel Bug Arilus cristatus

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nathantaylor

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April 5, 2018 09:39 PM CDT

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tiwane

Date

April 5, 2018 09:36 PM CDT

Description

On @nanofishology's shirt.

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Beautiful Wood-Nymph Eudryas grata

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nanofishology

Date

March 25, 2018 11:06 PM CDT

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

<3

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gcwarbler

Date

April 1, 2018 09:13 PM CDT

Description

This may be a species of Odontomyia but it has more black on the sides of the thorax and on several abdomenal segments than what I see in BG.

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pfau_tarleton

Date

March 31, 2018 07:31 PM CDT

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Dunnock Prunella modularis

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nanofishology

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March 4, 2018 07:45 AM CST

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Woodlice and Pillbugs Suborder Oniscidea

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nanofishology

Date

March 4, 2018 06:58 AM CST

Description

Observations in the Catacombs of Paris. Observed an interesting food web--isopods eating moss and/or algae, spiders presumably eating the isopods.

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Carrion Crow Corvus corone

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February 18, 2018 10:10 AM CET

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Northern Threeband Humboldtiana ultima

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beschwar

Date

January 8, 2018 11:52 AM CST

Description

Found under a rock on a west-facing slope. Collected with permission and permit.

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Twin-sailed Salp Thetys vagina

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underwaterpat

Date

August 26, 2016 03:03 PM PDT

Description

Chain form. Solitary form has the crazy black "tails."

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Snowy Owl Bubo scandiacus

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greglasley

Date

January 31, 2018 10:52 AM CST

Description

Continuing rarity. This bird has been present in this general area for more than a week. This is only about the 8th Texas record of this arctic species.

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Hose-nosed Weevil Antliarhis zamiae

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colin25

Date

January 26, 2018 09:15 AM SAST

Description

Just for interest, added cycad seeds being sorted . Nobody seems to know who brought them in or where they came from, but many of the seeds have similar holes, similarly empty. None of our cycads have cones now, so thinking this beastie came in with the seeds.

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star3

Date

November 7, 2017 05:08 PM CST

Description

Tiny wasp with long ovipositor.
Approx 0.5 cm from antennae to end of ovipositor.
Antennae are broad at the distal ends, tapering where they join the head.
Predominately black, zoom reveals red eyes and white face.

Each grid square in the bug jar is one square centimeter.

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Human Botfly Dermatobia hominis

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nanofishology

Date

January 20, 2018 06:59 AM CST

Description

Pupation announcement! A sequel to my original observation of the larvae. No warning this time because look how cute! On her blankie and everything 😭

I think this is 9.5 weeks after acquisition. Acquired in Belize (not by me!), brought to Texas in situ.

Larvae: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/9370693
ADULT!: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/10206805

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wynand_uys

Date

December 31, 2017 01:45 PM SAST

Description

5.1 mm

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leehoy

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August 22, 2017 10:28 AM CDT

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gcwarbler

Date

December 18, 2017 05:22 AM CST

Description

I can find no images of any Megalopyge species on iNat matching this jazzy looking critter. The only color images that I can find online were offered as a "quiz moth" on a Costa Rican website:
http://www.welovecostarica.com/identify-this-costa-rica-moth-and-win-a-costa-rica-folk-music-cd/
The species is known from Mexico, Costa Rica, and Brasil. The following publication by Epstein (1996) from ResearchGate has a black-and-white illustration of the species:
http://tinyurl.com/y7x5bflc

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Silverpuff Chaptalia texana

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kathymcaleese

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November 26, 2017 03:44 PM CST

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simongrove

Date

February 5, 2016 10:45 AM AEDT

Description

Beach isopod Sphaeromatidae, Taroona, Tasmania, February 2016

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Rodent and Lagomorph Bot Flies Genus Cuterebra

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ncowey

Date

February 25, 2015

Description

Bot Fly (Cuterebra fontinella) crawled out of a White-footed Mouse caught in a trap. Notice the bot fly larva exit wound in front of the anus.

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Human Botfly Dermatobia hominis

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nanofishology

Date

January 3, 2018 07:05 PM CST

Place

belize (Google, OSM)

Description

In a twist of fate, I was blessed with the great fortune of meeting two living specimens of the animal whose scientific name was the first I ever learned. I did my 9th grade biology presentation on this species (complete with overhead slides, because nobody used powerpoint yet).

What do I put for location? I met them in Austin, but they were "acquired" (on purpose!!!) in Belize. Do I mark them as captive/cultivated? (haaaa!). In these photos, the larvae are 7 weeks old.

My heart is full. I am so happy. :D

The fluid leaking from the "wounds" varied in color, from obvious plasma, to obvious blood, to... a dark brown mystery fluid which probably contained larval enzymes with anticoagulants and some numbing agent. They responded to light (my headlamp made them run back in to hide), and at one point, one of them stuck out her little snorkel so it extended several mm outside the wound... but of course my camera wasn't ready.

UPDATE! One of them pupated January 20, 2018! Going to add it as a new observation!

Pupa (before hardening): https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/9557897
Adult: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/10206805

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Red-bellied Woodpecker Melanerpes carolinus

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nanofishology

Date

December 30, 2017 03:25 PM CST

Description

Leucistic

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Crown-of-thorns Wasp Megischus bicolor

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kimiberg

Date

November 24, 2017 10:58 AM HST

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Stalk-eyed Flies Family Diopsidae

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nanofishology

Date

November 12, 2017 10:57 AM CST

Description

Going on birding trips with birders and not generalists is frustrating because you see things like this and you'll be like LOOK AT THIS COOL FLY and they just look at you weird.

But really, they're not looking at you as weirdly as THIS FLY IS GUYS LOOK AT IT LOOK AT THIS FLY

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nanofishology

Date

November 11, 2017 06:44 PM SAST

Description

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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White Witch Moth Thysania agrippina

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gcwarbler

Date

December 14, 2017 12:23 AM CST

Description

You know you’ve found a large moth when…

1. After a 40 year career as a wildlife biologist, you can’t believe what you’re seeing is real.

2. Your ruler isn’t long enough to get a good measurement (2nd image), so you go back to get a longer ruler (3rd image) and that isn’t long enough, so you scramble around to find a carpenter’s measuring tape to fully span the wings (4th image).

3. Your astonishment is like the joy of a child on Christmas morning; you start laughing and giggling uncontrollably.

4. The largest moth on your sheet has a wingspan 40X the size of the smallest one.

5. You stay up until 3:30 a.m. journaling about one moth.

6. You start taking selfies...with a moth (last image).

To the best of my ability to measure this critter, the wingspan (with a bit of the tip of the right FW missing) is about 27.8 cm, so it would probably be about 28.5 cm (11.2 in) if it were intact. The species is said to have the largest wingspan of any Lepidopteran in the world.

The moth was initially discovered on the sheet by Mary Kay Sexton. I had overlooked it.

To read more of the story, see:
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/gcwarbler/13211-mothing-in-panama

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Biscuit Kite Spider Isoxya tabulata

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suncana

Date

March 29, 2017 04:54 PM SAST

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Giant Velvet Mites Genus Dinothrombium

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nanofishology

Date

November 10, 2017 11:17 AM CST

Description

!!!!!!!!!!

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Brilliant Blue Junonia rhadama

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greglasley

Date

November 30, 2017 09:39 AM CST

Description

Alarobia Lake,
Tsarasaotra Park,
Antananarivo,
Madagascar
30 November 2017

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Northern Hairy Sugar Ant Camponotus amphidus

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nanofishology

Date

November 7, 2017

Description

A gift!

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annikaml

Date

November 26, 2017 02:14 PM CST

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

On a hackberry leaf.
~6-7 mm long.

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Euthyneuran Gastropods Infraclass Euthyneura

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mathilde_rusty

Date

October 1, 2017 01:10 AM SAST

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Giant Leaf-tailed Gecko Uroplatus fimbriatus

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mathilde_rusty

Date

October 1, 2017

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Human Homo sapiens

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kimberlietx

Date

October 3, 2017 01:48 PM CDT

Description

The folks at Oliver Nature Park and the Mansfield Parks Department wanted to put together a display of Citizen Science photographs from Mansfield, TX.

50 photos from iNaturalist users of all experience levels are now on display at the Mansfield Public Library. The display will remain up for 3 weeks, leading up to a Fall Mini BioBlitz at Oliver Nature Park.

Special thanks to all the folks who gave permission for their photos to be displayed!

@amynature @bob777 @brentano @charley @cindylcobb5 @daniel112 @galactic_bug_man @k8thegr8 @kimberlietx @nature-explorer @oddfitz @pfftsillyhead @rehb @sambiology @suz @taogirl

We are also hoping to get everyone together next week for a photo to go along with an article in the Mansfield News-Mirror.