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Entomology (Study of Bugs): black flying bug with a long ...
Entomology (Study of Bugs)/black flying bug with a long tail!
I live on the South Dakota/Minnesota border. I found this bug that I can't seem to locate on the web. I've never seen one before. It was about 2:00 in the afternoon, but I was spraying weeds, so don't know if it's a daytime bug or I chased it up. It had a body about 1 1/2 inches long and...
Squashed Giant Ichneumon - What's That Bug?
large wasp-type bug with long 'tail'
November 17, 2009
This bug came in when we opened our back door one evening a few nights ago. Sorry, my husband squished it. The envelope it's sitting on is a business-sized (10 inch) envelope for size reference. It's very dark or black with a long jointed looking body, black wings and the really long tail that totally creeps me out. ðY[TM]'
Squashed Giant Ichneumon
Dear Scaredy Cat,
This is a female Giant Ichneumon, Megarhyssa atrata, and she is perfectly...
The Long Tail - Wired Blogs
October 01, 2005
Web 2.0 and the Long Tail, Part 2
After posting his Web 2.0 "meme map" , which he apparently hadn't expected people to find until he was finished with an accompanying essay, Tim O'Reilly has now posted the full essay: What is Web 2.0 . He'll be talking about it at his Web 2.0 conference next week in San Francisco.
I think Web 2.0 is a real and powerful concept, but the precise...
Entomology (Study of Bugs): Strange flying bug with a VERY ...
Entomology (Study of Bugs)/Strange flying bug with a VERY long tail
I live just outside of East Aurora NY (35 miles SE of Buffalo). My husband and I were "greeted" by this very unusual bug last year and had a chance to observe it over the weekend.
It's approximately 4-5 inches in length (most of it is it's thin...
Wingless Insect Key - Insect, Spider, and Bug Identification
The Wingless Insect Key can be used to help identify such creatures as Proturans, walkingsticks, silverfish, and diplurans.
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Our fourteen point Wingless Insect Key can assist in identifying a winged insect. Beginning with Question #1, determine which statement ("a" or "b") is true for the insect in question. From there, simply follow the...