Discussion in 'General' started by BigBird, Jul 12, 2021.
What is this?
Looks like what we call a "stink bug". Don't know the phylum, class, order, family, genus or specie.
Relatively new here in NJ...someone told me its an invasive from elsewhere...no science to back it up.
Don't think so? We get stink bugs here seasonally in PA. They are shaped like beetles. This looks more like some kind of moth? Spurge hawk moth?
I'll see your stink bug and raise you with this creepy AF man eating monster. It made itself at home in our pits at Barber the weekend before last. It has a total of 4 wings and some beetle like claws.
Dang! That thing is huge! I googled moth with pincers, it's a Dobsonfly.
dobson fly, or helgramite. they look nasty but, wont hurt you. fish LOVE them. Ski
Windshield wiper arm on a “Yeller Ferrari “ .. bug appears to be a variety of Frog Hopper / Spittlebug
That ain’t no stinkbug. Can’t tell you what it is though
lol..neighbor's '64.5 Mustang Convertible...
I’ll see your six legged creatures and raise you a creature that only has a foot.
I really wanted to know if it was a Spotted Lantern Fly...
That's a Southeastern sausage splitter. Don't let it climb up your shorts.
Looks like a brown katydid to me.
Insect suppression. Everyone knows they can't get proper ID.
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That's a roach.
Papa Roach? Saw them in concert. Really good too!
Looks like a clickbug. Press down in the middle and they click back and pop in the air
THAT’S a roach
Know how I know you love the high hard one?
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