The Business Birder® Insects, Anachnids, Arthropods of the Coastal Carolinas

The Business Birder®

Insects, Arachnids, & other Arthropods
of the Coastal Carolinas

Assassin Bug Nymph

Assassin Bug Nymphs
Bordered Plant Bug
Brown Harvestman (Daddy Longlegs)
Brown Stink Bug (Euschistus servus) (BW Wells Savannah May 2012)
Bumble Bee
Bumble Bee (September 2012)
Carolina Mantis (Praying Mantis)
Elm Sawfly (Larvae) (Cimbex americana)
Flower Beetle (Scarab Beetle) (Trigonopeltastes delta)
Green-headed Bee
Leaf-footed Bug
Mourning Scorpionfly (Panorpa lugubris) (Holly Shelter Game Land November 2017)
Potter Wasp's Nest
Red Fire Ant (Imported)
Restless Bush Cricket
Robber Fly
Spotted Cucumber Beetle
Thin-waisted Wasp
Wingless Meadow Katydid

Basilica Spider (with Egg Sac)
Golden Silk Spider
Funnel-web Spider
Funnel-web Spider (with Beer Bottle Cave)
Green Lynx Spider
Red Jumping Spider
Spiny-backed Orbweaver
Wolf Spider
Wolf Spider (With Young on Back; September 2013)
Yellow Garden Spider
Yellow Garden Spider (Spinning Orb Web July 2014)

Canon EOS 20D, 40D, 60D & 5D Mark III cameras with a 500 mm f4 IS USM lens were used for many telephoto images. A 1.4X extender and/or extension tubes were added as needed.
Many images were also taken with Canon 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 IS USM and Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro lenses.
For landscapes, birders, and some birds, I use a Sony Cyber-shot DSC 828 DSLR camera with a fixed 28-200mm Zeiss zoom lens.

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