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Unknown Bug

Uploaded by: Tkay

Thursday June 27, 2013

Orange, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Anyone know what this odd little bug is?

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7. gusbuster
4:16 AM GMT on June 29, 2013
Whatever it is, you caught it right. Nice
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6. Tkay
11:24 PM GMT on June 28, 2013
Thats what it is. I found a website with photos of baby ladybugs. Cool!

http://www.ijdesign.com/blog/index.php/2009/06/ba by-ladybugs-dont-squish-them/
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5. Tkay
11:22 PM GMT on June 28, 2013
Thanks everyone! I'm not sure what they are but there are several clusters of them on my trees and plants.... I am seeing a lot of ladybugs also so maybe that's what it is??
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4. Clabo
5:19 PM GMT on June 28, 2013
Looks like a baby ladybug. We used to have these "umbrella trees" with big sticky leaves, that were covered with these critters that I used to call "gila monsters". (Hey, I was like 4-5yo! :D )

Sure enough, later in the season they'd be covered with ladybugs instead of GMs!


Anyway, you can see the resemblance... :D



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3. Cowgazer
4:27 PM GMT on June 28, 2013
Looks like a juvenile beetle of some kind, Ladybirds start off something like that.
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2. Kennebunker
12:37 PM GMT on June 28, 2013
The tortoise beetle has similar coloration, but I think the markings are a bit different. You did a great job getting a clear shot of it, whatever it is!
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1. jetcapt
12:04 PM GMT on June 28, 2013
colorful thing isn't it. Nice shot- a 10
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