Creepy Crawlies, longleggedy beasties, and things that go HOOT in the night

@Rohvannyn (3115)
United States
October 30, 2016 12:53pm CST
Just when I thought the Palo Verde beetles had gone, those large five inch long bumbling beetles of doom, they've had their sequel. Son of Palo Verde Beetle. Son of Palo Verde is a root boring larva, not just any root boring larva but a six inch monstrosity that looks a bit like a baby snake but has a horn on its head. Guess what showed up in my kitchen? Dear partner did the rescue this time, taking it outside with a fly swatter while it tried to wiggle loose. Also, and this is far more friendly, we have an owl with an impressive voice who sometimes visits near our yard. We'll be talking late at night, and suddenly - WHOOO. WHOO-HOO. I like the owl. They're neat. So I'll leave you tonight with another Inktober drawing of a tree who'd love to eat - er, I mean meet you.
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@sallypup (30134)
• Moses Lake, Washington
30 Oct 16
Your tree person looks like he or she belongs in the Wizard of Oz forest.
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@Rohvannyn (3115)
• United States
30 Oct 16
That's probably where he's from.
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@TRBRocks420 (86127)
• Banks, Oregon
30 Oct 16
Very spooky looking tree and, I like Owls too.
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@Rohvannyn (3115)
• United States
31 Oct 16
They are neat.
@RasmaSandra (21216)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
30 Oct 16
The worst thing I ever encountered was flying cockroaches.
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@Rohvannyn (3115)
• United States
30 Oct 16
That would probably make me climb the walls.
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@Jessicalynnt (47878)
• Centralia, Missouri
31 Oct 16
I absolutely love this ink