The Gottlieb Native Garden

a california love story

The Gottlieb Native Garden is a flourishing ecosystem belonging to Susan and Dan Gottlieb, friends of flora and fauna and devoted environmental philanthropists. With more than 100 hand-selected plant species and hundreds of animal species, the backyard is a National Wildlife Federation-certified Backyard Wildlife Habitat and a Xerces Society-designated Pollinator Habitat.

True Bugs

 

Stink Bug

 

Lygaeid Bug - Melacoryphus rubicollis
Red-shouldered Stink Bug - Thyanta custato
Bigeyed Bug - Geocoris punctipes
Broken-backed Bug - Taylorilygus apicalis
plant bug - Phytocoris sp.
dirt-colored seed bug - Ozophora sp.
Dirt-colored Seed Bug - Pseudopachybrachius vinctus
Sycamore Lace Bug - Corythucha ciliata
Uhler's Stink Bug - Chlorochroa uhleri
Large Milkweed Bug - Oncopeltus fasciatus
leafhopper - Gyponana sp.
Privet Leafhopper - Fieberiella florii -- non-native
smaller water strider - Microvelia sp.
Plant Bug - Paraproba hamata
Glassy-winged Sharpshooter - Homalodisca vitripennis
Stilt Bug - Neoneides muticus