Miscellaneous Bugs VII

Aqualand Pics

 
 

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Halloween crab still in his shipping container.

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Same dude after escaping from his new home.  (He's still on the loose.)

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2-inch flower shrimp.

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Snowball shrimp.

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They develop the white areas as they mature.

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0.5-inch red cherry shrimp.

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Cluster of cherry red shrimp.

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Female Madagascar hissing roach with egg case.

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Recently stepped on U.S. cock roach with her egg case.

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Recently stepped on juvenile U.S. roach.

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0.5-inch yellow shrimp.

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Patriot crab.

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Three Halloween crabs.

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Female dubia roach prepairing to change her outfit.

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Same gal, almost ready to slip out of her old duds.

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Kinda shy little lady.

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Dubia roaches gathering at their recently refilled water hole.

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When you escape from your cage, you're likely to get stomped.

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0.75-inch cherry red shrimp.

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Japanese micro crabs on a pice of screen wire.

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Box elder bug on my front door screen.  Spring is officially here.

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Halloween crab.

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Couple Halloween crabs.

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Recently arrived patriot grab.

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0.75-inch snowball shrimp

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Five 0.75-inch snowball shrimp and one blueberry shrimp.

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"Red" millipede.

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Ditto

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Life at the waterhole.


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0.6-inch tiger shrimp.

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Ditto.

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1.5-inch flower shrimp (filter feeder).

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Three of the little dudes and four.  They love the filter flow..

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0.6-inch rilli shrimp.

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Ditto.

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Ditto.

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Tiger shrimp.

 
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0.6-inch carbon shrimp.

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Male
Mini Crab.

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Mini crab exoskeleton.

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Hissing cockroach "family"photo.

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Snacking on a tiger barb.

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6-inch venomous Vietnamese centipede.

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Unfurled.

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Vampire Shrimp

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Named for the sharp little points on his "pivcers."

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White crayfish -- not an albino -- note the black eyes.

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Likely female.

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Not much of a pincher.

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Called an "orange-hand lobster."  Looks identical to the red claws.

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Appears to be a female.

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Nystery snail sex.

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0.75-inch tiger shrimp.

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Albino mystery snail.

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Blue marble lobster.

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Same guy.

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Death stalker scorpion, Leiurus quinquestraitus, grows to 4.5 inches.

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Best suited to experieced scorpion keepers.

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Patriot crab snacking on a pellet.

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More easily seen here.

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Madagascar walking stick.

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Cute as a bug's face.

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Some sort of biting fly on my front door.

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Goliath hornworm, Manduca sexta -- related to the tomato worm pest.  You see the horn on his back end.

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Mouth end.

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Head.

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