Damselfly by Murray Clarke

Damselfly by Murray Clarke: Damselflies are similar to dragonflies "Happy New Year!

Venezuelan Poodle moth (Artace sp, perhaps A. cribaria), by Arthur Anker: Possibly a new species discovered by zoologist Arthur Anker in 2009.

This is the recently discovered poodle moth photographed by taxonomist Dr Arthur Anker during a recent trip to Venezuela. Poodle moth isn't its official name though, that's just what people are calling it until it can be properly classified.

Silver-washed fritillary: an impressive and quite large butterfly. Happily for me, it likes Longleat forest.

Silver-washed fritillary: an impressive and quite large butterfly. Happily for me, it likes Longleat forest.

Hummingbird hawk-moth

Humming-bird hawk-moths beat their wings beat at such speed that they emit an audible hum. They are found in Britain all summer long and are strongly attracted to flowers with a plentiful supply of nectar such as honeysuckle and buddleia.

Tussock moth caterpillar.

How do you raise a Banded Tussock moth caterpillar

Common blue

Common Blue Butterfly - Stanton-on-the-Wolds(village), Nottinghamshire

False widow spider. Not so cute if reports are to be believed but we seem to have a lot of them!

False widow spider: small, deadly – and in the UK A cousin of the black widow, Steatoda nobilis has infiltrated these shores and is spreading everywhere. No deaths

Garden spider - beautiful

you know its Autumn when the stripey legged spiders appear in the garden such beautiful webs

oil beetle - bit freaky looking but that's what makes it interesting!

Halálos törpe - terjed a hülyeség - gazigazito.


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Humming-bird Hawk-moth ..... pretty eerie looking, but cool to see.

Humming-bird hawk-moths beat their wings beat at such speed that they emit an audible hum. They are found in Britain all summer long and are strongly attracted to flowers with a plentiful supply of nectar such as honeysuckle and buddleia.

six spot burnet

six spot burnet

Dung beetle - love them : )

Dung beetle - love them : )

Peacock spider is the very last thing Jesse sent me. 10 / 29 / 14

This adorable spider is commonly known as the Peacock Jumping Spider (Maratus volans), for obvious reasons. Similar to actual peacocks, male peacock spiders raise a colorful flap on their abdomens to garner female attention.

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Is there anything more glorious than a stroll down a winding country path in autumn? We think not, and here are 15 photos that prove our point:.

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It is so wild the places trees can grow. I have seen trees grow on rocks in what would appear to be not nearly enough soil. They grow slowly but can survive through old age in conditions that can hardly be believed. Tenacity in the face of difficulty.

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How to Bring Monarch Butterflies Back to Your Yard and Garden on http://www.hortmag.com

How to Bring Monarch Butterflies Back to Your Yard and Garden - Horticulture

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