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True Katydid
Pterophylla camellifolia

Leaf-green. Oval-shaped wings with many veins that resemble leaves and enclose abdomen. Hind wings s… read more

Snowy Tree Cricket
Oecanthus fultoni

Pale greenish yellow head, long thin antennae and transparent wings. Antennae have black spot betwe… read more

Praying Mantis
Mantis religiosa

A large mantis; color ranges from bright green to tan, wing extend beyond tip of abdomen. Large comp… read more

Northeastern Beach Tiger Beetle
Cicindela dorsalis dorsalis

The Northeastern Beach Tiger Beetle is a member of the family Cicindelidae. Tiger beetles are usuall… read more

Pennsylvania Firefly
Photuris pennsylvanicus

Somewhat flattened beetle with threadlike antennae; large, widely separated eyes; and head clearly v… read more

Snow Scorpionflies
Boreus species

Small, spindle-shaped with the wings reduced to bristles or absent. If present, wings somewhat compr… read more

Delhi Sands Flower-loving Fly
Rhaphiomidas terminatus abdominalis

1" (2.5 cm). A large, nectar-sucking fly with a long, tube-shaped proboscis. May hover like a hummin… read more

Dung Fly
Scatophaga stercoraria

A slender fly. Adult males bright golden-yellow, covered with dense upright hair, orange-yellow hair… read more

Orchard Bees
Osmia lignaria (and other species)

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Tarantulas
Aphonopelma species

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Spruce-fir Moss Spider
Microhexura montivaga

1/8" (3-5 mm). Tan to yellowish-brown to reddish-brown, hairy. Large body. Belongs to the group of p… read more

Tooth Cave Spider
Neoleptoneta myopica

Less than 1/16" (1.6 mm). Tiny and long-legged. Pale, off-white in color. Has primitive eyes. Aerial… read more

Bone Cave Harvestman
Texella reyesi

1/16" (1.4-2.7). A tiny, blind spiderlike creature, related to the daddy-long-legs. Gold to pale ora… read more

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