Month: February 2008

Mud Dauber Wasps

One of the more dangerous and fascinating parts of the insect world, According to Bugguide.Net, Caementarius is Latin for “mason, builder of walls.” This species is found throughout North America. “Nests may comprise up to 25 cylindrical cells, which are usually oriented vertically. Typically 6 to 15 prey spiders are placed in each cell, though

Sucker Footed Bat

The Sucker Footed Bat is a bat named for its suction cup like feet that allow for it to grasp onto just about any surface. This type of bat is quite small and is identified by its feet, which contain the sucker like pads on both the thumbs as well as the soles of its