Walkingsticks eat leaves and such. After doing a bit of research into tpe's suggestion, I've decided that it is an assassin bug nymph. I found a few pictures that look similar to it. Thanks for the help! :)
I've got a few to contribute!
1) My only successful macro of a flying insect!
2) That's a face only a mother could love.
3) Black-spotted orange beetle
4) Anyone know what this is?
5) Organ pipe mud dauber, I think.
In case no one looks at my Ohiopyle thread, I'm posting this photo separately. I looked everywhere online, but I couldn't find out what this green bug was. It was eating a fly, so I thought it might be some sort of mantid, but its head isn't the right shape. Any ideas?
I know the second one is a little dark. I forgot I had the EV compensation set at -1. I upped the gamma a bit in Photoshop, but I couldn't do too much without it looking terribly washed out. :|
All of the following photos were taken in Ohiopyle State Park, which is located in Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania (about an hour and a half southeast of Pittsburgh). C&C greatly appreciated! :)
1) White snakeroot (larger version here: http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1251/1326927894_930121120b_o.jpg)...
Here are a couple shots of some random dogs I saw when I was visiting Ohiopyle State Park in Pennsylvania. C&C appreciated. :)
1) Nicky (10-month-old Shetland sheepdog)
2) Chocolate lab (unknown name/age)
All of the following photos were taken in Ohiopyle State Park, which is located in Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania (about an hour and a half southeast of Pittsburgh). Day 2 coming soon. C&C greatly appreciated! :)
1) Cucumber Falls, Cucumber Run (larger version here...