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Female stag beetle:

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A rather unusually colored assassin bug, Zelus luridus, was suggested.  I’m not sure how to distinguish this from the lupine bugs, such as https://bugguide.net/node/view/2721/bgimage — presumably, it’s the shape of the head, and the mouthparts?

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Bufo americanus, American toad.

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These moths were everywhere.  Angle moth was suggested.

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Stiletto fly?  I’m a little stumped.  (EDIT: suggested that snipe fly was more likely).

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Tiny beetle.  Mordellidae, tumbling flower beetle.

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Cixiid planthopper, I think.  As a starting point for identification, you can look at Cixius?

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Pisaurina mira, Fishing spider:

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Closeup of Queen Anne’s Lace:

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Some new ways of looking at Queen Anne’s Lace:

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Posted 2018-07-22 by gaurav1729 in Uncategorized

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