Ohh! ohh! Ohhhhhh!!!! *Crawls out of a burrow*
GUYS!! I have something AWESOME for you!! My dad and I, as well as some friends went on our occasional Snake-hunt. We go on them as often as possible, my dad and I used to do it a lot, where we'd hunt for Snakes, deadly or harmless. And often we'd come across lots of things, like Snakes and Baboon Spiders, as well as scorpions!
Well, My dad sent me the photos of one of our expeditions, aaand I thought "This HAS
Updated 31st Jan 2013 at 03:50 AM by 51m0nn
*flies over gracefully and lands on a leaf*
Allo Allo Allo! How are my great friends this morning? Today I have a blog post specifically for Valkyria, as she requested it! TADAAA The Dung beetle!
Unfortunately Valkyria, I could not find this insect in my garden, they are found more in game reserves and game parks, where there is a lot of elephant dung to roll around. So, I shall do a blog post on a dung beetle of my choice!
Also, I must say you made
Updated 25th Jan 2013 at 11:56 AM by 51m0nn
The Common Backswimmer (Anisops)
*stops weaving a cocoon*
Oh hello everypony!! I'm back! and I have an EXTRA cool bug for you guys now!!! Called the common back swimmer! you can probably guess that this is an insect that lives in water, which is what makes it cool! The back swimmer is part of the insect family of Notonectidae, it is mostly medium sized at about 11mm, it is common as suggested in the name, and is the largest of the family. I found this Back swimmer
Updated 19th Jan 2013 at 07:39 AM by Trance Kuja
*scurries in with an egg sac*
Hello Everypony, I'm back with another insect for you! This one was requested by Lyon. Yes Lyon, I do have ants for you! :3
This ant goes by the scientific name of Streblognathus aethiopicus and the specimens I found, had lesser developed characteristics of this species but still had them, they are matt black, with a shiny abdomen, so I suspect that these are variants of the species. Seeing as it has no common name, I will just call it "This
Updated 16th Jan 2013 at 05:02 PM by 51m0nn
The Antestia Bug (Antestiopsis Orbitalis)
*Lowers self down from web*
Greetings Everypony!! It's me again!! With yet another insect for you!
Today's entry is on the Antestia Bug! This guy is a type of shield bug, part of the family Pentatomidae. He's fairly small, around 1cm, and comes in a variety of different colours, there literally is no typical colour for the Antestia bug, some are green, others are black and Yellow, and because of this, they are very
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