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- Extatosoma tiaratum (Orange Giant Prickly Stick) and Phyllium celebicum (Green Moving Leaf): Butterfly Wing of the Houston Museum of Natural Science 2/4 by David Engle
An Update: The actual names of these two insects was provided to me by a very nice lady who works for the Museum of Natural Science and the correction has been applied. Actually, it is called the Cockrell Butterfly Center and Insect Zoo, but I have always heard it as the Butterfly Wing of the Museum. At any one t...
- Rain Forrest Butterflies, an Extatosoma tiaratum and an Iguana: Butterfly Wing the Houston Museum of Natural Science - 3/4 by David Engle
Actually, it is called the Cockrell Butterfly Center and Insect Zoo, but I have always heard it as the Butterfly Wing of the Museum. At any one time, it seems like there may be thousands of butterflies in this enclosure and in this particular panorama, in the rain forrest we see an iguana and to the far left, a Orang...
This is a Pano from the game (49ers vs. Raiders) @ Candlestick Park / Monster Park. This was taken at half time. The game was good overall.....16th row from the field....50 yard line and the game itself was good !!! GO RAIDERS !!
This is the last remaining quarry stick still vertical in the Slate Valley Region of New York and Vermont. These quarry sticks were used to ferry refuse slate away from the finishing areas and then dumped around the sticks. Over time, as the slag piles increased in height, more 'splices' were added to the existing st...