|Daphnis nerii caterpillar, picture by Amy Huang from Taiwan|
Now, for the Children's Virtual Museum of Small Animals many pictures are coming from the extreme East Asia, as well as from South America, where now we know that very similar spiders tend their large, fascinating webs. Argiope is genus name.
about insects and spiders, very useful but, as a self made naturalist
is great for me, surfing
the other web, the “world wide”
one, to be able many times to give right answers in few minutes to
questions about animals living so far in the world, just
recalling some elements of my experience and knowledge and writing
some keywords. Amazing!
|Argiope aemula, by Emma-Huang, Taiwan|
|Papilio bianor dehaanii, picture by Cindea Hung from Japan|
|Argiope argentata, by Manuela, Colombia|
|Trigonopsis sp., picture by Cindea Hung from Taiwan|
And anyone can actually look up and verify that the family Sphecidae belongs to the Apoidea!
Among the pictures of by my friend Cindea, from Taiwan, the one I have chosen for this post is not the closest to the insect, but it is a really great frame, isn't it?