Concordia Critters

I was in Marigot to drop some copies of the wildlife guide at Maison de la Press, so on my way back I took a little detour through Concordia to see what wildlife I could find there. It turned out to be a pretty good mini-expedition with some interesting new finds. The most interesting one was an owlfly, which looks a lot like an antlion and is also related to lacewings in the order Neuroptera. Also seen were my favorite jumping spider, the red and green cricket nymph that I have yet to identify and a large cicada that was caught by a silver argiope spider.

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