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Snakefly (Raphidioptera) – Amersfoort, NL – Lowlands Correspondent, Gaia Son

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Snakeflies are a group of insects comprising the order Raphidioptera, consisting of about 210 extant species. Together with theMegaloptera they were formerly placed within the Neuroptera, but now these two are generally regarded as separate orders.

Snakeflies are predatory, both as adults and larvae. They can be quite common throughout temperate Europe and Asia, but in North America occur exclusively in the Western United States, namely in the Rocky Mountains and westward, including the southwestern deserts.

Adult snakeflies are characterized by having an elongate prothorax but no modification of the forelegs (as in Mantispidae). They have strong and relatively unspecialised mouthparts, and large compound eyes. Some species also have ocelli. The females typically have a long ovipositor, which they use to deposit their eggs into crevices in bark or rotting wood. The wings are similar in size, with a primitive venation pattern, and a thickened costal margin (or “pterostigma”). – Wikipedia

Jan Martense Schenck House – Brooklyn Museum – Nicholas Schenck House & Gravesite – Flatlands, Brooklyn

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Jan Martense Schenck House, 1891 (photograph by the Reverend William Edward Schenck)

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Nicholas Schenck House – Canarsie – Brooklyn Museum – Taken by Frank H. Jump

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Nicholas Schenck House – Canarsie – Brooklyn Museum – Taken by Frank H. Jump

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Nicholas Schenck House – Canarsie – Brooklyn Museum – Taken by Frank H. Jump

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Brooklyn Museum

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Rockaway Parkway – Canarsie © Frank H. Jump

Kraanen – Sportswear – Mens & Womens Clothing – Children’s Shoes – Amersfoort, NL

April 2012 © Frank H. Jump

Amersfoort Window – April 2012

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Amersfoort Mural – Soestenkwartier – Summer 2010

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Schwitzner – Stoffen & Fournituren Sinds 1900 – 14A Krommestraat (Crooked Street), Amersfoort, NL

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Gaia Son in her houndstooth mini © Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Broken Orange Vuvuzela – Faile Dreams – Amersfoort & Amsterdam NL

Broken Vuvuzela on Amersfoort Street day after Holland wins against Uruguay - the broken orange noisemaker takes on a whole new meaning © Frank H. Jump

Faile Dreams wheatpaste on Amsterdam street © Frank H. Jump

The Hof, Amersfoort after victory against Uruguay © Frank H. Jump

D’Gekroonde Bye-Korf 1687 – The Crowned Beehive – Amerfoort, NL

© Frank H. Jump

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Durex Condom Sack Race – Aidsfonds NL – Roze Zaterdag – Amersfoort, NL

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Probing Questions – Pro-Gay Ad Campaign – We Love Amersfoort – Amersfoort, NL

Your teacher is gay. Do you still have respect for him?

© Frank H. Jump

Your sister is gay. Are you disappointed in her?

© Frank H. Jump

Your teammate is gay. Do you still embrace him after a goal point?

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump