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Jumping spider at 10,000 feet on Big Sam, Emigrant Wilderness, blends in with granite terrain.

Post up your pictures, videos, and High Sierra Spider encounters here. Butterfly at 10,000 feet on Big Sam in Emigrant Wilderness.

8 8 44 weeks 1 day ago
by Alex Wierbinski

Fly trying to avoid death far above snowline, Round Lake, Meiss Roadless Area.

Above: Fly trying to avoid death far above snowline, Round Lake, Meiss Roadless Area.

Pictures, Information, and Insect Stories.

4 4 51 weeks 5 days ago
by Alex Wierbinski

Butterfly at 10,000 feet on Big Sam in Emigrant Wilderness.

 

Butterflies. Butterfly at 10,000 feet on Big Sam in Emigrant Wilderness.

 

Butterfly & Moth News, Observations, & Research

 

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30 30 13 weeks 6 days ago
by Alex Wierbinski

Beautifuld fluorescent Purple Beetle on South flank of Big Sam, Emigrant Wilderness.

Above: Beautifuld fluorescent Purple Beetle on South flank of Big Sam, Emigrant Wilderness.

Beetles encountered in High Sierra Nevada between Lake Tahoe and Mount Whitney.

 

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11 11 16 weeks 6 days ago
by Alex Wierbinski

Mayfly, a skimmer in Stubblefield Canyon, Yosemite National Park. 

Mayfly in Kerrick Canyon, North Yosemite Backcountry, PCT & TYT route.

 

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39 39 11 weeks 4 days ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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