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nicole photog (@nlhphotog) Instagram Profile Photo nlhphotog

nicole photog

image by nicole photog (@nlhphotog) with caption : "fast movin lil beetle juice! 🐞
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#dukefarms #nature #beetle #bug #photog #photography" - 1785661660961006331
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fast movin lil beetle juice! 🐞 • • • #bug

Landi van Deventer 💋 (@landivd) Instagram Profile Photo landivd

Landi van Deventer 💋

Im always keen for unexpected guests at work . . But this is not what I had in mind. I nearly passed out!! #bug

nicole photog (@nlhphotog) Instagram Profile Photo nlhphotog

nicole photog

image by nicole photog (@nlhphotog) with caption : "what a crazy opportunity to get so close to a lil dragonfly guy!
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#dukefarms #gardens #flowers #photog #photography" - 1785660284491119495
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what a crazy opportunity to get so close to a lil dragonfly guy! • • • #bug

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Weird little fellow...iemand enig idee wat dit is? #bug

image by Gal (@gal_ko_) with caption : "There's a bug on my sketchbook! :0
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#pen #pendrawing #bug #prayingmantis #mantis #study #insect #drawing" - 1785659514071219126
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There's a bug on my sketchbook! :0 . . . #bug

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Meet the Western Sculptured Pine Borer (Chalcophora angulicollis) • Larvae bore through roots, logs, stems, and leaves of various types of plants, ranging from trees to grasses. The wood boring types generally favor dying or dead branches on otherwise-healthy trees, while a few types attack green wood; some of these are serious pests capable of killing trees and causing major economic damage, such as the invasive emerald ash borer. • SUPER COOL FACT: Some species are attracted to recently burned forests to lay their eggs. They can sense pine wood smoke from up to 50 miles away, and can see infrared light, helping them to zero in as they get closer to a forest fire. • (Wiki)