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#tomato #avocado #mayonnaise #food #dish #italian

#tomato #avocado #mayonnaise #food #dish #italian

— 1時間前
#tomato  #food  #avocado  #dish  #mayonnaise  #italian 
#champon #egg #vegetable #shrimp #pork #ramen #noodle #food

#champon #egg #vegetable #shrimp #pork #ramen #noodle #food

— 1時間前
#pork  #noodle  #food  #egg  #shrimp  #vegetable  #ramen  #champon 
#clusteramaryllis #flower #iphone5 #nofilter

#clusteramaryllis #flower #iphone5 #nofilter

— 2日前
#clusteramaryllis  #flower  #nofilter  #iphone5 
chrysallidem:

Ant-mimicking treehopper, Cyphonia clavata? Membracidae (by Andreas Kay)

chrysallidem:

Ant-mimicking treehopper, Cyphonia clavata? Membracidae (by Andreas Kay)

(cyan-biologistから)

— 5日前・リアクション48件

libutron:

Northern Green Jumping Spider - Mopsus mormon 

The genus Mopsus has only one species, Mopsus mormon (Araneae - Salticidae), which is the largest Australian jumping spider (15-18mm).

These salticids are large, beautiful, fast spiders and aggressive predators on insects and other spiders. They hunt actively on foliage in the day time and can inflict a painful but not lethal bite with large fangs. Due to the whiskers on the sides of their faces and their big eyes the males have a strange baboon-like appearance.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Graham Wise | Locality: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (2013) | [Top] - [Bottom]

(rhamphothecaから)

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cool-critters:

Horned ghost crab (Ocypode ceratophthalma)

The horned ghost crab is a species of ghost crab. It lives in the Indo-Pacific region (except the Red Sea); from the coast of East Africa to the Philippines and from Japan to the Great Barrier Reef. They also occur in the Pacific Islands to as far east as Polynesia and Clipperton Island. This crab can run at speeds of up to 2.1 metres per second (6.9 ft/s). The characteristic “horned” eyes of O. ceratophthalma are not unique to the species, and it should not be confused with other ghost crabs which also exhibit “horns” on the end of their eyestalks.

photo credits: wiki

(cyan-biologistから)

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realmonstrosities:

deepseanews:

One of the many reasons that I find plankton to be so delightful is the sheer joy of seeing something so beautiful and alien pop out of an ordinary seawater sample. I mean, I _know_ the sea is filled with plankton but I’m still excited every time! Starfish larva. Photo by Richard Kirby, u…
http://deepseanews.com/2014/09/the-plankton-pundit/

Larval starfish looks a bit more like a fish and lot less like a star than the adult.

realmonstrosities:

deepseanews:

One of the many reasons that I find plankton to be so delightful is the sheer joy of seeing something so beautiful and alien pop out of an ordinary seawater sample. I mean, I _know_ the sea is filled with plankton but I’m still excited every time! Starfish larva. Photo by Richard Kirby, u…

http://deepseanews.com/2014/09/the-plankton-pundit/

Larval starfish looks a bit more like a fish and lot less like a star than the adult.

(cyan-biologistから)

— 1週間前・リアクション109件
biocanvas:

Rotifers
Rotifers are tiny multicellular organisms found commonly in freshwater environments around the world. They are largely considered to be the smallest animals on Earth, composed of over 1,000 cells complete with a full digestive system and jaws but only reaching the size of a microscopic amoeba. They can be found in the most extreme environments, including the Mojave Desert where they enter dormancy when their habitats dry up. Scientists in Antarctica have recently discovered single cell organisms existing deep below ice sheets, but they’re looking even harden to see if more complex creatures like rotifers have been able to survive without sunlight in sub-zero temperatures for nearly a million years.
Image by Dr. Igor Siwanowicz, HHMI Janelia Farm Research Campus.

biocanvas:

Rotifers

Rotifers are tiny multicellular organisms found commonly in freshwater environments around the world. They are largely considered to be the smallest animals on Earth, composed of over 1,000 cells complete with a full digestive system and jaws but only reaching the size of a microscopic amoeba. They can be found in the most extreme environments, including the Mojave Desert where they enter dormancy when their habitats dry up. Scientists in Antarctica have recently discovered single cell organisms existing deep below ice sheets, but they’re looking even harden to see if more complex creatures like rotifers have been able to survive without sunlight in sub-zero temperatures for nearly a million years.

Image by Dr. Igor Siwanowicz, HHMI Janelia Farm Research Campus.

(元記事: olympusbioscapes.com (cyan-biologistから))

— 2週間前・リアクション944件
#butterfly #flower #snap #iphone5 #nofilter

#butterfly #flower #snap #iphone5 #nofilter

— 2週間前
#butterfly  #snap  #nofilter  #flower  #iphone5 
#flower #snap #iphone5 #nofilter

#flower #snap #iphone5 #nofilter

— 2週間前
#snap  #nofilter  #flower  #iphone5 
astronomy-to-zoology:

Eudiagogus pulcher
…a species of Sesbania Clown Weevil (Eudiagogus spp.), a group of Broad-nosed Weevil (Entiminae). E. pulcher occurs from southern North America and Mexico south to Central America. Adult E. pulcher are typically seen in wetland margins and are known to feed on the foliage of rattlebox (Sesbania spp.). Their larvae will feed on rattlebox as well but instead of foliage will feed on the root nodules of rattlebox.
Classification
Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Coleoptera-Polyphaga-Curculionoidea-Curculionidae-Entiminae-Eudiagogini-Eudiagogus-E. pulcher
Image: ©Tracy Palmer Villalobos

astronomy-to-zoology:

Eudiagogus pulcher

…a species of Sesbania Clown Weevil (Eudiagogus spp.), a group of Broad-nosed Weevil (Entiminae). E. pulcher occurs from southern North America and Mexico south to Central America. Adult E. pulcher are typically seen in wetland margins and are known to feed on the foliage of rattlebox (Sesbania spp.). Their larvae will feed on rattlebox as well but instead of foliage will feed on the root nodules of rattlebox.

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Coleoptera-Polyphaga-Curculionoidea-Curculionidae-Entiminae-Eudiagogini-Eudiagogus-E. pulcher

Image: ©Tracy Palmer Villalobos

— 2週間前・リアクション115件
#sushi #fish #tuna #scallop #shrimp #octopus (at 魚心 河原町店)

#sushi #fish #tuna #scallop #shrimp #octopus (at 魚心 河原町店)

— 3週間前
#fish  #sushi  #shrimp  #scallop  #tuna  #octopus 
#ramen #noodle #food (at 喜多方ラーメン 坂内 小法師)

#ramen #noodle #food (at 喜多方ラーメン 坂内 小法師)

— 3週間前・リアクション1件
#food  #noodle  #ramen 

cool-critters:

Candy crab (Hoplophrys oatesi)

The candy crab is a very colourful crab that grows from 1.5 to 2 cm. It lives on various species of soft coral in the Dendronephthya genus.

It camouflages itself by mimicing the colours of the polyps among which it hides. It adds further camouflage by attaching polyps to its carapace. Colours vary depending on the colour of the coral, and may be white, pink, yellow or red. This crab is widespread in the Indo-Pacific and it feeds on plankton.

photo credits: digimuse, Brian Maye, divemecressi

(rhamphothecaから)

— 3週間前・リアクション1441件