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  1. Mexican Cactus Fly

    Mexican Cactus Fly

    Mexican Cactus Fly (Copestylum mexicanum: Syrphidae) ca. 2.0 cm (0.8 in) long. Nectaring eastern annual saltmarsh aster (Symphyotricum subulatum: Asteraceae).
  2. Mexican Bluewing

    Mexican Bluewing

    Mexican Bluewing (Myscelia ethusa: Nymphalidae). Wingspan 6.4-7.6 cm (2.5-3.0 in).
  3. Mexican Unicorn

    Mexican Unicorn

    Mexican Unicorn Mantis (Phyllovates chlorophaea: Mantidae) 7.0-8.0 cm (2.8-3.1 in) long.
  4. Mexican Plum

    Mexican Plum

    Mexican Plum (Prunus mexicanus: Rosaceae) This native plum grows to 4.5-11.5 m (14.8-37.7 ft) tall. The fruits are used in making plum sauce, jelly and jam and of course the birds like them too.
  5. Mexican Jay Portrait

    Mexican Jay Portrait

    I am really amazed at the feather detail my Sigma 100-300 f/4 can produce, especially at short distances (this bird was ~3m away). No sharpening at all has been done to this photo!
  6. Transvolcanic Jay

    Transvolcanic Jay

    Transvolcanic Jay previously known as the Mexican Jay (Aphelocoma ultramarina arizonae) Seven subspecies have been described with only subspecies arizonae being mapped for Arizona. Photographed in Ash Canyon, Hereford, Arizona, USA. Huachuca Mountains in the Upper Sonoran Life Zone, Madrean...