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#fish #underwater #olympus #tg3

#fish #underwater #olympus #tg3

— 23時間前
#underwater  #fish  #olympus  #tg3 
#cnidaria #underwater #olympus #tg3

#cnidaria #underwater #olympus #tg3

— 23時間前
#underwater  #tg3  #olympus  #cnidaria 
#seasquirt #underwater #olympus #tg3

#seasquirt #underwater #olympus #tg3

— 23時間前・リアクション2件
#seasquirt  #underwater  #olympus  #tg3 
#tongue #beef #food

#tongue #beef #food

— 1日前
#food  #tongue  #beef 
#pepper #vegetable

#pepper #vegetable

— 2日前
#vegetable  #pepper 

sinobug:

SINOBUG Daily Photoblog


Every day for the past THREE years (1096 days and counting), I have posted an image on my Sinobug daily photoblog on Aminus3.


Click HERE to see today’s entry

or

HERE to browse the multitude of past postings.


The Usual Suspects

by Sinobug (itchydogimages)
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese insects and spiders on my Flickr site HERE……
— 2日前・リアクション181件
sinobug:

Mid-instar Chalcosiine Day-Flying Moth Caterpillars (Cyclosia midamia, Zygaenidae)
Late Instar Day-Flying Moth Caterpillars (Cyclosia midamia)(below)

Day-Flying Moth (Cyclosia midamia)(below)


by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese butterflies and moths, pupae and their larvae on my Flickr site HERE…..

sinobug:

Mid-instar Chalcosiine Day-Flying Moth Caterpillars (Cyclosia midamia, Zygaenidae)

Late Instar Day-Flying Moth Caterpillars (Cyclosia midamia)(below)

Chalcosiine Day-Flying Moth Caterpillars (Cyclosia midamia, Zygaenidae)

Day-Flying Moth (Cyclosia midamia)(below)

Zygaenid Day-Flying Moth (Cyclosia midamia, Chalcosiinae, Zygaenidae)

by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese butterflies and moths, pupae and their larvae on my Flickr site HERE…..

— 3日前・リアクション84件
rhamphotheca:

The Gulf fritillary (Agraulis vanillae) is a bright orange butterfly of the family Nymphalidae and subfamily Heliconiinae, found from Argentina in the south to California in the north.
 Photograph: Wilfredor
(via: Wikipedia)

rhamphotheca:

The Gulf fritillary (Agraulis vanillae) is a bright orange butterfly of the family Nymphalidae and subfamily Heliconiinae, found from Argentina in the south to California in the north.

Photograph: Wilfredor

(via: Wikipedia)

— 5日前・リアクション77件
libutron:

Violet ground beetle 
Carabus problematicus (Coleoptera - Carabidae) is a temperate species of ground beetle, common in central, west and northern Europe and introduced in North America. 
Violet ground beetles are quick, long-legged predators, equipped with powerful jaws, measuring about 20-30mm in length. They are carnivorous and feed mainly on slugs and worms, so they are useful natural pest controller.
The Icelandic subspecies Carabus problematicus islandicus (shown in the photo) has been isolated from mainland Europe for several thousand years. Since these large ground beetles are flightless they are thought to have been transported to the island by drift ice or wood near the end of the last ice age.
Reference: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Atli Arnarson
Locality: Hornafjörður, southeast Iceland

libutron:

Violet ground beetle 

Carabus problematicus (Coleoptera - Carabidae) is a temperate species of ground beetle, common in central, west and northern Europe and introduced in North America. 

Violet ground beetles are quick, long-legged predators, equipped with powerful jaws, measuring about 20-30mm in length. They are carnivorous and feed mainly on slugs and worms, so they are useful natural pest controller.

The Icelandic subspecies Carabus problematicus islandicus (shown in the photo) has been isolated from mainland Europe for several thousand years. Since these large ground beetles are flightless they are thought to have been transported to the island by drift ice or wood near the end of the last ice age.

Reference: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Atli Arnarson

Locality: Hornafjörður, southeast Iceland

(insectloveから)

— 5日前・リアクション109件
sinobug:

Grey Count (Tanaecia lepidea, Nymphalidae)


by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese butterflies on my Flickr site HERE…..

sinobug:

Grey Count (Tanaecia lepidea, Nymphalidae)

Grey Count (Tanaecia lepidea, Nymphalidae)

by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese butterflies on my Flickr site HERE…..

— 5日前・リアクション46件
#fish #srabream #turbanshell #scallop #salmon #wine #beef #pickles (at 魚貝バル弐番)

#fish #srabream #turbanshell #scallop #salmon #wine #beef #pickles (at 魚貝バル弐番)

— 1週間前
#beef  #fish  #salmon  #scallop  #pickles  #srabream  #turbanshell  #wine 
libutron:

Sharpshooter
Sharpshooter is a term used colloquially to refer to a highly diverse group of leafhoppers of the family Cicadellidae. Oncometopia nigricans (Hemiptera - Cicadellidae), pictured, is one of nearly 20,000 described species in that taxonomic family.
Like all true bugs, this species has piercing-sucking mouthparts, which are used to tap into and feed upon xylem or phloem (sap) tissue of plants. It also has large eyes and excellent visual acuity to avoid detection and capture by potential predators.
Oncometopia nigricans is an American species which as other ones, is considered a pest of several crops, because they can disperse relatively long distances, feed on a great variety of plants, and more importantly, they have the ability to vector (transmit) infectious pathogens from plant to plant. 
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Kim Fleming | Locality: unknown

libutron:

Sharpshooter

Sharpshooter is a term used colloquially to refer to a highly diverse group of leafhoppers of the family Cicadellidae. Oncometopia nigricans (Hemiptera - Cicadellidae), pictured, is one of nearly 20,000 described species in that taxonomic family.

Like all true bugs, this species has piercing-sucking mouthparts, which are used to tap into and feed upon xylem or phloem (sap) tissue of plants. It also has large eyes and excellent visual acuity to avoid detection and capture by potential predators.

Oncometopia nigricans is an American species which as other ones, is considered a pest of several crops, because they can disperse relatively long distances, feed on a great variety of plants, and more importantly, they have the ability to vector (transmit) infectious pathogens from plant to plant. 

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Kim Fleming | Locality: unknown

(rhamphothecaから)

— 1週間前・リアクション193件
tiny-creatures:

Green snail (Rhinocochlis nasuta), found during a night hike in Mt. Kinabalu national park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia.
photo by pbertner on Flickr.

tiny-creatures:

Green snail (Rhinocochlis nasuta), found during a night hike in Mt. Kinabalu national park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia.

photo by pbertner on Flickr.

(rhamphothecaから)

— 1週間前・リアクション1948件
sinobug:

Female Blue Imperial (Ticherra acte, Theclinae, Lycaenidae)


by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese butterflies on my Flickr site HERE…..

sinobug:

Female Blue Imperial (Ticherra acte, Theclinae, Lycaenidae)

Female Blue Imperial (Ticherra acte, Theclinae, Lycaenidae)

by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese butterflies on my Flickr site HERE…..

— 1週間前・リアクション71件