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Brazilian Wolf Spider
  Brazilian Wolf Spider January 05, 2010
Brazilian Wolf Spider
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Golden Orb Spider
  Golden Orb Spider January 05, 2010
[[]]http://healthyhomegardening.com/Creature.php?pid=305[[]] Golden Orb Spider
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Crab Spider
  Crab Spider January 05, 2010
Crab Spider
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Metallic Blue Leaf Beetle
  Metallic Blue Leaf Beetle January 05, 2010
Metallic Blue Leaf Beetle
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Rust Beetle
  Rust Beetle January 05, 2010
Rust Beetle
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Rhinocerous Beetle
  Rhinocerous Beetle January 05, 2010
Rhinocerous Beetle
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Brazilian butterfly
  Brazilian butterfly January 05, 2010
Brazilian butterfly
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Brazilian Black Widow
  Brazilian Black Widow January 05, 2010
Brazilian Black Widow
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Brazilian Toad
  Brazilian Toad January 05, 2010
They say that this type of toad is edible and tastes like chicken. Brazilian Toad
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Black Brazilian Fire Ant
  Black Brazilian Fire Ant January 05, 2010
Razor-toothed Ants. These ants live in rotting bamboo. If you disturb them, they will come running out. They have razor sharp mandibles that can cut deep enough to make you bleed. Black Brazilian Fire Ant
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Eastern Lubber Grasshopper
  Eastern Lubber Grasshopper January 05, 2010
Lubber Grasshoppers are slow, but they can excrete poisonous liquids that make eating them less than desirable for predators. I haven't found an image of a Romalea microptera that looks just like this one, but many descriptions of the juvenile stage fit these images. There are three older names for Romalea microptera: Romalea gloveri Romalea guttata Romalea reticulatus Eastern Lubber Grasshopper
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Black and Yellow Spider
  Black and Yellow Spider January 05, 2010
This was almost as big as my hand. Black and Yellow Spider
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Red-legged Seriema
  Red-legged Seriema January 05, 2010
Giant Brazillian Bird AKA: Crested Cariama The song has a quality described as a cross between the serrated bark of a young dog and the clucking of turkeys . In one conflict between two birds, they jumped at each other feet-first, keeping their balance by flapping. This species nests on the ground or in a bush or tree up to 3 m above the ground. In the latter case adults jump into the nest rather than fly Red-legged Seriema
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Yellow Brazillian Aphids
  Yellow Brazillian Aphids January 05, 2010
Yellow Brazillian Aphids
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Yellow Beach Crab
  Yellow Beach Crab December 29, 2009
Yellow Beach Crab
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Vulture
  Vulture December 29, 2009
Vulture
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Brazilian Golden Orb Spider
  Brazilian Golden Orb Spider December 29, 2009
[[]]http://healthyhomegardening.com/Creature.php?pid=305[[]] Brazilian Golden Orb Spider
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Ensign Wasp
  Ensign Wasp December 29, 2009
Ensign wasp larvae are predatory on the eggs of cockroaches. While they do feed on insects that are considered pests, they rarely attain population sizes sufficient to act as effective biocontrol agents. The adults drink nectar from flowers and neither they nor the larvae are dangerous or harmful to humans. This wasp walks around at night like a spider. It looks like it doesn't have an abdomen, but it does, it's just really small. AKA: Hatchet Wasp Ensign Wasp
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Daddy Long-Legs
  Daddy Long-Legs December 28, 2009
Daddy Long-Legs
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White Crane
  White Crane December 28, 2009
White Crane
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Brazilian Butterfly
  Brazilian Butterfly December 28, 2009
Brazilian Butterfly
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Brazilian Cockroach
  Brazilian Cockroach December 28, 2009
Brazilian Cockroach
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Wood Boring Beetle
  Wood Boring Beetle December 14, 2009
The term woodboring beetle encompasses many species and families of beetles whose larval or adult forms eat and destroy wood (i.e., are xylophagous). Larval stages of some are commonly known as woodworms. Woodboring beetles are commonly detected a few years after new construction. The lumber supply may have contained wood infected with beetle eggs or larvae, and since beetle life cycles can be one or more years, several years may pass before the presence of beetles becomes noticeable. If you hav Wood Boring Beetle
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Ladybug
  Ladybug December 14, 2009
Unknown species Ladybug
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Pill bug
  Pill bug December 14, 2009
Tatu Bola, Rolly-Polly Bug, Sow Beetle, Pill Bug.. etc. Armadillidiidae is a family of woodlice, a terrestrial crustacean group in the order Isopoda. Unlike members of the family Porcellionidae, members of this family can roll into a ball, giving them their common name of "pill bug", or the more recent and increasingly popular terms, "doodlebug" or "roly poly" which have been used regionally as early as 1968. The best known species in the family is Armadillidium vu Pill bug
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Brazilian Firefly
  Brazilian Firefly December 11, 2009
When you agitate this bug, the two dots on it's back light up, turning bright yellow. Brazilian Firefly
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Rat
  Rat December 01, 2009
The common species are opportunistic survivors and often live with and near humans, therefore they are known as commensals. They may cause substantial food losses, especially in developing countries[1]. However, the widely distributed and problematic commensal species of rats are a minority in this diverse genus. Many species of rats are island endemics and some have become endangered due to habitat loss or competition with the Brown, Black or Polynesian rat. The normal lifespan of rats ranges f Rat
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Black Swallowtail Butterfly
  Black Swallowtail Butterfly November 24, 2009
The Black Swallowtail, Papilio polyxenes, also called the American or parsnip swallowtail[1], is a butterfly found throughout much of North America. It is the state butterfly of Oklahoma. There is an extremely similar-appearing species, Papilio joanae that occurs in the Ozark Mountains region, but it appears to be closely related to Papilio machaon, rather than polyxenes. The Black Swallowtail has a wingspan of 3 1/4 inches to 4 1/4 inches (8 to 11 centimeters). The upper surface of the wings i Black Swallowtail Butterfly
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Soldier Bug
  Soldier Bug November 10, 2009
The S.W. Florida variety/coloration of this beneficial insect. Soldier Bug
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Black Swallowtail butterfly - Larva Pupa (Chrysalis) -
  Black Swallowtail butterfly - Larva Pupa (Chrysalis) - November 08, 2009
When the larva is fully grown, hormones such as prothoracicotropic hormone (PTTH) are produced. At this point the larva stops feeding and begins "wandering" in the quest of a suitable pupation site, often the underside of a leaf. The larva transforms into a pupa (or chrysalis) by anchoring itself to a substrate and moulting for the last time. The chrysalis is usually incapable of movement, although some species can rapidly move the abdominal segments or produce sounds to scare potent Black Swallowtail butterfly - Larva Pupa (Chrysalis) -
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