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Arthropods

Euplagia quadripunctaria




1 species ID suggestions

Jersey tiger moth
Euplagia quadripunctaria Euplagia quadripunctaria

3 Comments

Hi Kasia,
For the first two pictures I have proposed you the ID. These moths are very colorful :-)
For the grasshoper (or alike) and the butterfly is best to place them in a separate spotting, then people can help you ID them separately, just as Daniele suggested above :-)

DanielePralong
DanielePralong 2 years ago

Hi KasiaGreczyn, and Welcome to Project Noah! You have different species of Arthropods under this spotting, and they should be posted as separate spottings. Arthropods refers to the category of organisms, and not the common name for your organisms. If you do not know the identity of organisms in your pictures, click on the "Help with ID" box when submitting or editing a spotting. Once your organisms has been identified you can fill in the common name and scientific name fields appropriately. I hope this makes things clearer for you. If you're not sure don't hesitate to ask by commenting further here.

Ismael Chaves
Ismael Chaves 2 years ago

Beutiful! welcome to noah KasiaGreczyn

Szczawnica, województwo małopolskie, Poland

Lat: 49.42, Long: 20.48

Spotted on Dec 26, 2011
Submitted on Dec 26, 2011

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