Monday, June 13, 2011

Creepy-crawlies

A collection of creepy-crawlies that I've shot pics of over the years on various outdoor excursions. (Not in chronological order.)


A millipede and katydid at Sylamore Creek Trail, Arkansas

a largish millipede - about as round as a #2 pencil

a largish millipede

katydid


A monarch butterfly at Busiek State Forest, Missouri.

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A green snake at Sylamore Creek Trail, Arkansas

Green Snake, Sylamore Creek Trail, Arkansas

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A spider along the Buffalo River Trail, Arkansas - Boxley to Ponca. (Notice: I didn't put my hand next to this one for reference. Spiders and me ain't on speak'n terms.)

itsy bitsy spider he ain't


More from the same BRT - Boxley to Ponca trip. A millipede, walking stick and caterpillar.

caterpillar

millipede

millipede

walking stick


Old Erbie Area Loop Trail, Arkansas - A ladybug on the old Erbie Church, a small frog and a walking stick

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A beetle and cave cricket, Cecil Cove Loop, Arkansas.

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Richland Creek, Arkansas - A katydid, crawdad/crawfish and crinoid fossils

katydid

more crinoids


When you broke pieces off this rock, it smelled heavily of sulfur.

crinoids - when we accidentally broke this rock up, it smelled a lot like sulfer

crawfish/crawdad - depending on where you're from


Dobsonfly female, it was the size of my thumb and on the North Fork River, Missouri

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A largish earth worm and black swallowtail butterflies on the Eleven Point River, Missouri

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You see a lot of cool stuff here in the Ozarks.

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