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An unidentified caterpillar from the wild in Cameroon.

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An unidentified caterpillar from the wild in Cameroon.

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An unidentified grasshopper from the wild in Cameroon.

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An unidentified grasshopper from the wild in Cameroon.

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A dung beetle (Liatongus fulvostriatus) from the wild in Cameroon.

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A dung beetle (Liatongus fulvostriatus) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Dung beetle (Copris complexus) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Dung beetle (Copris complexus) from the wild in Cameroon.

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A Waterhouse dung beetle (Diastellopalpus johnsoni) from the wild in Cameroon.

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A Waterhouse dung beetle (Diastellopalpus johnsoni) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Longhorn beetle (Cerambycidae sp) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Longhorn beetle (Cerambycidae sp) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Longhorn beetle (Cerambycidae sp) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Dung beatles (Proagoderus brucei) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Dung beatles (Proagoderus brucei) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Night frog tadpole (Astylosternus sp.) from the wild in Cameroon.

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Night frog tadpole (Astylosternus sp.) from the wild in Cameroon.

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A common green darner larvae (Anax junius) at a pond near Valparaiso, Nebraska.

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A common green darner larvae (Anax junius) at a pond near Valparaiso, Nebraska.

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American dog ticks (Dermacentor variabilis) from Bennet, Nebraska. The females have a white ring on the upper abdomen, while the males are mottled.

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American dog ticks (Dermacentor variabilis) from Bennet, Nebraska. The females have a white ring on the upper abdomen, while the males are mottled.

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A five-spotted hawk moth (Manduca quinquemaculata) from the wild in Walton, Nebraska.

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A five-spotted hawk moth (Manduca quinquemaculata) from the wild in Walton, Nebraska.

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A giant crab spider (Heteropoda venatoria) from the wild at Park Assango.

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