Some of My Favorites From 2014

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Some of My Favorites From 2014

Post by Daniel D Dye » December 10th, 2014, 6:45 pm

Most of these were taken in the field in situ. A few of them I had to be captured and photographed under controlled conditions.

ImageChalcid Wasp (Leucospis affinis floridana) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageWeevil (Baris sp.) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageBlister Beetle (Epicauta heterodera) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageAmorpha Borer (Megacyllene decora) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageFlorida Bee Killer (Mallophora bomboides) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageHover Fly (Allograpta obliqua) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageBurying Beetle (Nicrophorus carolinus) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageGiant Katydid (Stilpnochlora couloniana) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageFlorida Ivory Millipede (Chicobolus spinigerus) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageKatydid (Montezumina modesta) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageGlowworm Beetle Female (Phengodes) feeding on a Millipede (Narceus americanus) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageLined Earwig (Doru taeniatum) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageNarceus americanus by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageMillipede (Floridobolus orini) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageNarceus americanus by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageFlorida Sand Cockroach (Arenivaga floridensis) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageFlorida Sand Cockroach (Arenivaga floridensis) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageBlister Beetle (Epicauta sp.) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageBlister Beetle (Epicauta sp.) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageBee Hover Fly (Systoechus sp) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

ImageAcorn Weevil (Curculio sp) by Daniel D Dye II, on Flickr

More Later. Thanks for looking

Daniel

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Re: Some of My Favorites From 2014

Post by Josh Holbrook » December 10th, 2014, 7:13 pm

Sand Cockroach?! Can I have those instead of 2" American Roaches in my neighborhood? Good stuff, Dan.

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Re: Some of My Favorites From 2014

Post by dery » December 11th, 2014, 2:36 am

Yeh, That would be great Josh. :beer: I also envy the roaches Kurt(orionmystery) finds. I've never found so much invert diversity. I have to admire theirs. :roll:

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Re: Some of My Favorites From 2014

Post by BillMcGighan » December 11th, 2014, 7:28 am

:thumb: :thumb:

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Re: Some of My Favorites From 2014

Post by JakeScott » December 11th, 2014, 5:03 pm

Truly fantastic photos, Daniel!

-Jake

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Re: Some of My Favorites From 2014

Post by Noah M » January 14th, 2015, 7:14 pm

This was fun. It is nice to see a different kind of diversity and great photos too.

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Re: Some of My Favorites From 2014

Post by Daniel D Dye » January 14th, 2015, 8:52 pm

Thanks, guys.

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