Shutterbug Saturday: Critter Collections

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Nature’s wonderful creatures with many legs or, none at all. All photos are my personal collection. ~Vic

Texas Brown Image One
Juvenile Texas Brown Tarantula
Found the little guy in our shed in the backyard (mating season).
I had trouble snapping his picture as he kept moving and I kept jumping.
Texas Brown Image Two
Gentle spiders.
We turned him over to a friend who had Tarantulas as pets.
Red Verbena Image Three
Butterfly enjoying a Red Verbena.
Nature Preserve in Round Rock, TX.
Red Dragonfly Image Four
Red Dragonfly
Nature Preserve.
Moth On Salvia Image Five
Beautiful moth on a Salvia in the Butterfly Garden at Gold Park.
Orange Worm Image Six
Big, fast-moving worm…of some sort.
He had places to go.
Orange Worm Image Seven
He looks like a carrot.
Moth In Window Image Eight
Moth in the dirty window of a friend’s house. 08-01-2014

More to come…

5 thoughts on “Shutterbug Saturday: Critter Collections

    bereavedandbeingasingleparent said:
    April 7, 2019 at 7:48 PM

    These are great photos, kinda scary with the spider.

      The Hinoeuma responded:
      April 7, 2019 at 11:57 PM

      I was really scared about what it was going to do. When we contacted our friend, I got all the Tarantula info I needed. They *can* bite and their venom can kill but, they can’t bite us. Mouth is too small. And, they have docile personalities. This juvenile was excitable because it was mating season and because we had put it in an old coffee can.

    badfinger20 said:
    April 9, 2019 at 9:44 PM

    Awesome spider…….the Red Dragonfly pic is awesome…love the surroundings.

      The Hinoeuma responded:
      April 9, 2019 at 10:02 PM

      My chiro was certainly overjoyed to get the spider. It was an interesting encounter.

      I followed that dragonfly for ten minutes trying to catch him.

        badfinger20 said:
        April 9, 2019 at 10:22 PM

        the scenery was great on the dragonfly…such a peaceful scene

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