A Place to Call Home

Challenge #66 in the Life in the Natural World series. Hosted by RuthC.
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In this challenge, show us the interesting places where insects, spiders or other arthropods make their homes, perhaps to stay protected and dry from the weather, or where they raise their young. Think bee hives, wasps' nests, ants' nests, insects or spiders who have woven leaves together to protect themselves against the world. (Note: The well-known and much-photographed aerial webs of spiders are NOT usually where they live, but are often built daily, and are their means of catching prey, so won't be accepted in this challenge.) Macro and close-up shots welcome, and should be outside in the natural environment. MAXIMUM SIZE 1,600px.
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Bald faced nest
'Who goes there?'
heading home_1
Were Just Getting Started
Brown wasp.
Army Ants' nest, Central Australia
Knock, knock
.......one grain at a time....
Crab's Home
Step right in
Hosta Bee
Bubbles Home
We will build our new home beneath the sheltering arms of the mighty Pittosporum...
Case moth cocoon
spyders
Home of the termites
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Leaf-Curling Spider's Home
Large Ants Nest
Abandoned Wasp's Nest
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