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Arthropod/Insect Videos

Portfolio of videos shot in the field
Birds are one of the most common species I encounter while photographing in the field. In my collection are 67 different species of bird from many different ecosystems: wetlands, forest, desert, grasslands, mountains and in all different seasons. “As I grew up I was fervently desirous of becoming acquainted with Nature.” ~ John James Audubon



Butterfly, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA.


Butterfly, Carpenter Mtn, H.J. Andrews Forest, Oregon, USA.

Honey Bees and Chokecherry

Honey Bees (Apis mellifera) and Chokecherry (Prunus virginiana), Montana, USA.

Cyanide Millipede

Cyanide Millipede (Harpaphe haydeniana), H.J. Andrews Forest, Oregon, USA.

Dead Shrew and Beetles

Dead Shrew and Burying Beetles, Prairie Creek Redwoods, California, USA.


Millipede on Red Alder, Prairie Creek Redwoods, California, USA.

Long-jawed Orb Weaver

Long-jawed Orb Weaver Spider, American Prairie Reserve, Box Elder Creek, Montana, USA.


Spider Spinning Web, Carpenter Mtn Fire Lookout, Oregon, USA.

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter Ants Swarming, Carpenter Mtn Fire Lookout, H.J. Andrews Forest, Oregon, USA.

Ground Beetle

Ground Beetle, Lookout Creek Trail, HJ Andrews Forest, Oregon, USA.

Snail and Millipedes

Snail and Cyanide Millipedes, Prairie Creek Redwoods SP, California, USA.


Dragonfly, William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon, USA.

Yellow-spotted Millipedes

Yellow-spotted Millipedes, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, California, USA.

Giant Stonefly/Salmon fly

Giant Stonefly/Salmon fly (Pteronarcys californica), Rock Creek, Montana, USA.

Pine White Butterfly

Pine White Butterfly (Neophasia menapia) and Rabbitbrush, Crater Lake NP, Oregon, USA.

I’m Rob Mutch an ecosystem photographer out of Eugene, Oregon, USA. Documenting the Pacific Northwest’s ecoregions, ecosystems and ecology are my long-term goals.

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