It is an oystercatcher I'm sure.
Torea, the pied oystercatcher (Haemotopus ostralegus).
That could be many different birds, but your best guess is the American Oystercatcher. This bird lives in coastal habitats, where it eats mussels and clams. It has a dark brown/black back, black head, and a bright orange bill.
Ibis, long-legged wading bird which lives in warm and tropical regions
Black millipedes with orange stripes are not poisonous. These insects are often found in people's homes but post no threat.
After a research Arge ochropa is a wasp found to have an orange back and black body. However; orange and black honey bees are also seen.
The caterpillar we found is green with small black dots, what is it? what does it eat?
It's bright orange - so it can be found easily !
`sometimes they are orange but they can also be found in blue green, black, pink , yellow, red and mahogany. but mostly orange
A black spider with orange legs is called a Spotted Ground Spider. There are 60 different species to this group of spiders.
The caterpillar that is yellowish orange with big black eyes on its side is the Spicebush Swallowtail. They can be found in places such as honeysuckle plants.
Its a tobyotter.it is found in north india...
It may be the larva stage of a Coccinelidae (ladybug).
The tarantula hawk is a wasp that is distinguished by its large black body and bright orange-red wings. The sting of the tarantula hawk is thought to be one of the worst that is found in any bee.
Grey or black? Black ladybugs with orange/red spots are quite common, but not as common as red with black spots.
just found one similar in Sarasota fl. wish someone would answer question