Lisa, 21, Massachusetts. I was not kidding about the cheesecake thing. Really. I reblog whatever tickles my fancy at the time, so if you follow this blog, there's an equal likelihood of me posting about puppies, cheese, puppies AND cheese, civil rights, more cheese, shows and movies, shows and movies about puppies and cheese, wheat and wheat by-products, and an occasional personal post (ehhh, that's once in a blue moon. You'll more likely see cheese).

 

Here’s a couple of my findings from the wizarding world of #HarryPotter! I’ll post an album on FB soon #slytherin

Here’s a couple of my findings from the wizarding world of #HarryPotter! I’ll post an album on FB soon #slytherin

Titi Sonia is ticking that Cleopatra look

Titi Sonia is ticking that Cleopatra look

We’re not missing that 20° business #FlipFlopWeather #BeJelly

We’re not missing that 20° business #FlipFlopWeather #BeJelly

Mom and I popped into Moe’s Tavern #UniversalStudios #TheSimpsons

Mom and I popped into Moe’s Tavern #UniversalStudios #TheSimpsons

I had this beauty earlier today at Universal Studios

I had this beauty earlier today at Universal Studios

Hey, uhhhh… got a breath mint?
#UniversalStudios

Hey, uhhhh… got a breath mint?
#UniversalStudios

Soon… #HogwartsExpress #HarryPotter #DiagonAlley #UnderConstruction

Soon… #HogwartsExpress #HarryPotter #DiagonAlley #UnderConstruction

mondomongobongo:

Camel Spider: This non-venomous chunder-head of the animal world isn’t actually a spider; it’s classified in the order Solifugae. Solpugidsappear to have five sets of legs, though the first set of limbs are actually massive mandibles that can be used for locomotion. This one was found by Zach at Rancho San Antonio in Santa Clara Country. It’s a great park with miles of trails, tame turkeys, & heaps herps.  

Read more about these sun fleeing arachnids at solpugid.com 

mondomongobongo:

Camel Spider: This non-venomous chunder-head of the animal world isn’t actually a spider; it’s classified in the order Solifugae. Solpugidsappear to have five sets of legs, though the first set of limbs are actually massive mandibles that can be used for locomotion. This one was found by Zach at Rancho San Antonio in Santa Clara Country. It’s a great park with miles of trails, tame turkeys, & heaps herps.  

Read more about these sun fleeing arachnids at solpugid.com 

brains-and-bodies:

From Go ahead, BUG me




This lovely Damon diadema female seems to enjoy being out and about. Commonly called tailless whipscorpions, cave spiders, etc, they are in the Arachnida class, in the Amblypygi order. 


She may be scary looking to many people, but she is completely harmless. I find her to be quite beautiful! Image: JoBeth Roberson —

brains-and-bodies:

From Go ahead, BUG me


This lovely Damon diadema female seems to enjoy being out and about. Commonly called tailless whipscorpions, cave spiders, etc, they are in the Arachnida class, in the Amblypygi order. 

She may be scary looking to many people, but she is completely harmless. I find her to be quite beautiful! 

Image: JoBeth Roberson
 —
justarachnidthings:


Wolf spiders have a unique method of infant care, after birth, the spiderlings clamber onto the abdomen and legs. 
REF:
Aspects of the ecological energetics of the wolf spider Pardosa (Lycosa) lugubris (Walckenaer),
Oecologia VIII. 1971, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp 136-154
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00346356
IMG: http://goldenorfephotography.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/return-to-wyre-forest-butterflies.html



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justarachnidthings:

Wolf spiders have a unique method of infant care, after birth, the spiderlings clamber onto the abdomen and legs. 

REF:

Aspects of the ecological energetics of the wolf spider Pardosa (Lycosa) lugubris (Walckenaer),

Oecologia VIII. 1971, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp 136-154

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00346356

IMG: http://goldenorfephotography.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/return-to-wyre-forest-butterflies.html

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