American Crocodile (Crocodylus acutus)
… a species of crocodilian found in the Neotropics. It is the most widespread of the four extant species of crocodiles from the Americas. Populations occur from the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of southern Mexico to South America as far as Peru and Venezuela. It also lives within many river systems on Cuba, Jamaica, and Hispaniola. The habitat of the American crocodile consists largely of coastal areas. The American crocodile is larger than many other crocodile species, with some males reaching lengths of 6.1 metres (20 ft) in Central and South America…
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American Crocodile (Crocodylus acutus)

… a species of crocodilian found in the Neotropics. It is the most widespread of the four extant species of crocodiles from the Americas. Populations occur from the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of southern Mexico to South America as far as Peru and Venezuela. It also lives within many river systems on Cuba, Jamaica, and Hispaniola. The habitat of the American crocodile consists largely of coastal areas. The American crocodile is larger than many other crocodile species, with some males reaching lengths of 6.1 metres (20 ft) in Central and South America…

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poecilotheria
Leafcutters, Fungus, and Bacteria
Inside the spongy galleries of the fungus garden, Acromyrmex echinatior leafcutter ant workers display microbial white patches on their chests made of Actinomyces bacteria. The bacteria are thought to produce antibiotics protecting the ants’ fungus garden from infection a true example of pesticide use among agricultural insects.http://www.alexanderwild.com/Ants/Taxonomic-List-of-Ant-Genera/Acromyrmex/8687617_sEqU8#1132966280_7BDDS
Leafcutters, Fungus, and Bacteria
Inside the spongy galleries of the fungus garden, Acromyrmex echinatior leafcutter ant workers display microbial white patches on their chests made of Actinomyces bacteria. The bacteria are thought to produce antibiotics protecting the ants’ fungus garden from infection a true example of pesticide use among agricultural insects.
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Peleides Blue Morpho (Morpho peleides)
… an iridescent tropical butterfly found from Mexico to South America. The brilliant blue color in the butterfly’s wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho Butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days.
The Blue Morpho Butterfly drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. The larvae of Blue Morpho Butterflies are cannibals. The caterpillar of the Blue Morpho is red-brown with patches of bright green. The Blue Morpho Butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior…
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Peleides Blue Morpho (Morpho peleides)

… an iridescent tropical butterfly found from Mexico to South America. The brilliant blue color in the butterfly’s wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho Butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days.

The Blue Morpho Butterfly drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. The larvae of Blue Morpho Butterflies are cannibals. The caterpillar of the Blue Morpho is red-brown with patches of bright green. The Blue Morpho Butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior

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