I think we have those in Australia, Indy. No idea what they are called though, so this was really no help at all!Happy canine rights day! (as declared by President-to-be Tubey)Huffle Mawson, Explorer Cat and Honorary Husky
That bug look scary..~ Girl girl
EUW! I didn't think anything like that was around here. Don't be bringing any of those things in my yard!Meeshka
That looks like a punk bug with those spikes! I think he's up to no good. Squash him with your swappers! ECHO
"The only good bug is a dead bug!" It's a great line from "Starship Troopers"; I was named after a guy in that book! Ha roo!Play bows,SGT Zim
I wonder what it tastes like?
I think it is a ladybug nymph:pictures
Me thinks your pawrents need another hobby -I'm just sayin'!Hugz&Khysses,Khyra
Weird!Woo woo, KA
Cool find, Indy! Were Mom and Dad able to ID him?
Never seen one of those before! And Mama never wants to! By the way...tag, you're it!Woos,Thor
Did they let you eat it?Holly
Maybe it's a Velcro bug...with all those little hooks on his back. I hope you didn't eat it!Aire-hugs,Poppy & Penny
Indy Turbo is right. It is a ladybug nymph. Read this link it tells you all about them. My mom just found a few of them outside today while she was gardening. An got curious... Great find Turbo!! You sure are one smart pup!!!http://gardening.about.com/od/insectpestid/qt/LadyBugNymph.htm