Although spiders can give us the creepy crawlies, they are quite fascinating. Especially this white crab spider "misumena vatia." Misumena means "object of hate" or "being hated" in Greek, and vatia means "bow legged." This spider does not spin a web to catch prey. Rather, it spreads its strong front legs open wide and catches and eats its prey immediately. They are not picky eaters, and eat whatever comes their way; in fact, some are even known to eat flower pollen. Something really cool is that it can change color to match the flower it is resting on over the course of a few days. Even though it's name means hate, please be conscious of other beings and their role in an ecosystem. #spreadlovenothate
"The dragonfly, in almost every part of the world symbolizes change and change in the perspective of self realization". For the first time since I started running the beach, I saw a dragonfly. . . We cruised side by side for a bit & then she took off. I'm excited for this awesome change in my gypsy, wanderlusty life✨
I took this pic @ the #singaporebotanicgardens#dragonfly#bokeh#nature#gypsysoul#wanderer#wings#coolinsect 💗
Julia and I found a Golden Tortoise Beetle yesterday!
I've never seen one in person. They look so cool in real life; Like a little living piece of jewelry. Shame my phone couldn't get a good pic but whateva.