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I'm Jack. I'm a chilled out guy. I love bugs.
I study wildlife conservation in the UK. Love languages and travel. Ask me stuff if you so wish.

i was just on the phone and had to pretend to be my dad which meant that i had to “pass the phone over to my wife” when they needed to speak to my mum       

i got off the phone and was like

astronomy-to-zoology:

Eudiagogus pulcher
…a species of Sesbania Clown Weevil (Eudiagogus spp.), a group of Broad-nosed Weevil (Entiminae). E. pulcher occurs from southern North America and Mexico south to Central America. Adult E. pulcher are typically seen in wetland margins and are known to feed on the foliage of rattlebox (Sesbania spp.). Their larvae will feed on rattlebox as well but instead of foliage will feed on the root nodules of rattlebox.
Classification
Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Coleoptera-Polyphaga-Curculionoidea-Curculionidae-Entiminae-Eudiagogini-Eudiagogus-E. pulcher
Image: ©Tracy Palmer Villalobos
vita-insectum:

chitin:

Texas Wasp Moth

This looks like an art project!  Nature outdoing itself again

conservationbiologistt said: Thank you for following^^ I hope you enjoy my blog! Hugs, Ayla *ConservationBiologist*

I’m so sorry i missed this post! Thank you, i really enjoy your blog ;)

faefur:

people in wales hating the welsh language is my no 1 reason for crying

acryptozoo:

Monarch (Danaus plexippus) closeup

massiv3:

so when are we gonna stop pretending beer tastes good

(via heliolisk)

ghostrightsactivist:

malformalady:

Rhinoceros Beetle larvae

FAT BABY
reanimateobjects:

I kidnapped a couple of tiny frogs that were crawling on the road, and put them in my pond. Haven’t seen them again, but hopefully they’re still there…
excessunrated:

rad-roach:

immortalisnike:

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Ah yes, the terrifying and vicious spider. Truly one of nature’s finest killing machines.


Look at this little lardmonster. Ahaha