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EmilieChich Gafanhoto-soldado
Gafanhoto-soldado commented on by EmilieChich RN, Brazil2 weeks ago

In French Guyana I have often seen flocks of those tiny black-and-red nymphs. Looks like the same species.

EmilieChich Silvery Checkerspot
Silvery Checkerspot commented on by EmilieChich Kansas, USAa month ago

??? Megacyllene seems to be a beetle.
Silvery checkerspot = Chlosyne nycteis.

EmilieChich Elk
Elk commented on by EmilieChich Washington, USA2 months ago

What a majestic animal.

EmilieChich Sandwort
Sandwort commented on by EmilieChich Kodiak, Alaska, USA2 months ago

It looks a lot like Minuartia sedoides, which seems confined to european high mountains. Check american species in the Minuartia genus; family Caryophyllaceae.

EmilieChich Titan beetle
Titan beetle commented on by EmilieChich جراحی, استان خوزستان, Iran3 months ago

The titan beetle (Titanus giganteus) is a giant cerambycid from South America. See:

EmilieChich Medusa (Jellyfish)
Medusa (Jellyfish) commented on by EmilieChich Andalucía, Spain3 months ago


EmilieChich Petrorhagia
Petrorhagia commented on by EmilieChich Sito Paleolitico M. Lulseto, Italy4 months ago

Thank you, loarie.

EmilieChich Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by EmilieChich Sito Paleolitico M. Lulseto, Italy4 months ago

Thanks Pamela.

EmilieChich hooded merganser, female
hooded merganser, female commented on by EmilieChich Québec, Canada4 months ago

Thank you, Zlatan.

EmilieChich Tachina fly
Tachina fly commented on by EmilieChich Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Tromelin Island4 months ago

This is not a housefly, but a member of the very large Tachinidae family. Possibly Tachina fera or a close parent.