Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by addylo, Aug 4, 2012.
California Common Scorpion.
Ten-lined June Beetle.
Pleasing Fungus Beetle.
Greater Short Horned Lizard. When Yosemite Sam says, "Great horny toads!", this is what he is referring to. They also shoot blood from their eyes as a defense mechanism. This one was as calm as could be. We think it may have been pregnant.
Great Plains Toad.
Unidentified aquatic larva. Had to keep this one from biting!
Red-shanked Grasshopper. Unfortunately this one was injured in the grill of our car.
Common Desert Centipede.
You know what this is.
Baja California Tree Frog.
An unidentified species of ladybug. I had never seen one without spots before.
Green Stink Bug.
Meet Gus the Great Argus Pheasant who lives at the Pittsburgh Aviary. The Great Argus Pheasant is said to have the longest tail feathers in the world, relative to its body length. About 3/4 of its total length is tail feather!
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