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Green Diving Beetles in action!

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Our insect pihranas - Green Diving Beetles (Cybister sp.) making short work of a dead fish. http://shop.minibeastwildlife.com.au/green-diving-beetle-cybister-sp/

Posted by Minibeast Wildlife on Wednesday, 6 May 2015

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Baby Fireback Huntsman!

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Mantispid comes out of huntsman egg sac

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Would you like peppermint with that?

This is Megacrania batesii, the Peppermint Stick Insect. It is the only member of the genus in Australia, and has a specialist diet feeding; only on Pandanus tectorius in the wild. Despite the plant being relatively widespread in north Queensland, M.batesii is confined to only a few areas; Cape Tribulation, Mission Beach and Innisfail. These insects [...]

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