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Any Entomologists / Bug Lovers on here?
#1
Just wanted to see who was down with the bug scene...

Here are a few shots of some of my collection:

Here is some of my collection:
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#2
I like insects. Love mantids and phasmids.

Check out my "White Witch". She's a 'bute but she apparently tussled with someone and got some war wounds.

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"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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#3
Great collection Craig. I used to have a pretty cool collection, but it got museum beetles. Some highlights were: a huge male dobsonfly, 5 Rhinoceros beetles, an albino cockroach, various tiger beetles, a couple of types of mexican locusts, and some dessicated treefrogs that I had collected over the years (most were found in fishnets in garages...kinda weird).
-Field Smith
Some frogs...
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#4
DAMN! What an awesome specimen! What lighting do you use when you go 'Sheeting'...?
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fieldsmith Wrote:Great collection Craig. I used to have a pretty cool collection, but it got museum beetles. Some highlights were: a huge male dobsonfly, 5 Rhinoceros beetles, an albino cockroach, various tiger beetles, a couple of types of mexican locusts, and some dessicated treefrogs that I had collected over the years (most were found in fishnets in garages...kinda weird).

I have had some run ins with museum beetles. Destroyed my entire Lepidoptera and Odonata collection... I have been working on better sealed collections...

Anyone have any solid advice on preventing hungry beetles?
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