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Charisma Crystals 26 Apr 18
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Mark Lusby 7 Jun 17
Okay What's this one called. Never seen this in Derry before.
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Steve Andrews Feb 8
I just had two Large White chrysalises emerge, or eclose, as say!
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Ryan O’Donnell Apr 21
Any Australian know what this might be? Spotted about an hour north of Sydney on some Parsonsia
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BC Warwickshire 13 Apr 14
So this is what happens when a bunch of get together for their spring meeting! Thanks to 3D Bob Pryce
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Longcliffe Quarries Jul 5
Our Hoe Grange Nature Reserve today, a mass of flowers with millions of oxeye daisies on show plus orchids, birds-foot trefoil, hawkbits and flowering thistles, a dream for both and !
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Water,Mills&Marshes 6 Jul 18
Ahoy-hoy ! any help identifying this beauty. Found on our moth trap last night. Its not in our tiny field guide. Egg box for scale.
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Memnos Siggy 🆘🌎 Sep 24
Hey, does anyone know of any bug specialists on twitter who might know what this amazing creature is?
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Jennifer Stull 8 May 17
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Marissa Ahlering 29 Jun 18
An amazing group of from to search our for . So grateful and excited.
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Sue Roe Jul 9
Saw this moth in France near Carcassonne - it was big. Please can anyone identify?
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EalingWildlifeGroup Jul 27
OK all you experts & doing what are these strange, wriggling, hairy cocoons found inside an old blue tit nest box with plenty of caterpillar droppings? Presumably fed on feathers and nest debris?! 4-5cm long.
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Plugplotter. 20 May 18
Any about. Need to put a name to this handsome fella who's just been for a visit.
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Dr. Sanjee Perera 14 Nov 17
May have finally found a paper that may explain to amateur enthusiasts how to piece together how identify genera, species and tribe by observation.
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SmallholdersUK Nov 1
Any on this account? Get a load of these two local Pakiri beauties- Kumara moth or Hihue (Agrius convulvuli) and Pūriri moth, or Pepetuna (Aenetus virescens). Check out the death head eyes on the Hihue. 👀
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LPBF 19 Oct 18
The areas around are an environmental playground for butterflies and the people who study them ()! In fact, Lake Pontchartrain can act as a...
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Vetrissimo 23 Jul 16
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Michael Doherty 10 Jul 16
Best Euro Final ever ... for .
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Bentley is Great Aug 22
warren_draper: Any out there care to enlighten me as to what this really cute little guy is called? It loves mint and its wingspan is just over 1cm across.
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STΞM.org 18 Sep 16
Photo Captures a Caiman Wearing a Crown of Butterflies 🐊📸
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