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France-environment Chȃtel-de-Neuvre, Allier
Butterfly pupa, according to ObsIdentify most likely of the Black-veined white (Groot geaderd witje-Aporia crataegi). In my country (The Netherlands) a rare vagrant. Digital version of an old slide image, made somewhere back in the nineties. © Tom Kisjes

Tags:   Black-veined white Groot geaderd witje Aporia crataegi vlinder butterfly France Frankrijk Chȃtel-de-Neuvre Allier insekten insects Lepidoptera ongewervelden invertebrates fauna

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France-environment Chȃtel-de-Neuvre, Allier
Some firebugs fired up. A little privacy, please! Digital version of an old slide image, made somewhere back in the nineties. © Tom Kisjes

Tags:   Firebugs Vuurwantsen Pyrrhocoris apterus France Frankrijk Chȃtel-de-Neuvre Allier insekten insects true bugsHeteroptera bugs ongewervelden invertebrates fauna

N 2 B 77 C 0 E Jan 20, 2021 F Jan 20, 2021
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The Netherlands-Veluwe
When the eggs are about to hatch, a female Nursery web spider (kraamwebspin-Pisaura mirabilis) builds a nursery "tent", places her egg sac inside, and stands guard outside. Like the wolf spiders, however, the nursery web spiders are roaming hunters that don't use webs for catching prey. The female spider sometimes attempts to eat the male after mating. The male, to reduce the risk of this, often presents the female with a gift such as a fly when approaching in the hope that this will satisfy her hunger. Digital version of an old slide image, made somewhere back in the nineties. © Tom Kisjes

Tags:   Nursery web spider Grote wolfspin Kraamwebspin spin spider Pisaura mirabilis broedzorg parental care spinachtigen Nederland The Netherlands Veluwe

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France
Looks like a dead end street for this Roman snail. Digital version of an old slide image, made somewhere back in the nineties. © Tom Kisjes

Tags:   Wijngaardslak Roman snail Helix pomatia Frankrijk France slak snail huisjesslak weekdier mollusca mollusk fauna

N 3 B 223 C 0 E Jan 19, 2021 F Jan 19, 2021
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The Netherlands-Zaandam
Caddisflies (schietmotten) are probably best known for their aquatic living larvae (kokerjuffers). In the water they often protect themselves by a portable case, made of materials like grains of sand, larger fragments of rock, bark, sticks, leaves, seeds, pieces of reed stem or mollusc shells. Their larval stage lasts often one or more years. Once mature, after their metamorphosis, they usually live not much longer than a few weeks. In that period they try to mate, often without any feeding. Digital version of an old slide image, made somewhere back in the eighties. © Tom Kisjes

Tags:   Schietmot Caddisfly Phryganea grandis Trichoptera ongewervelde invertebrate insekt insect fauna


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