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KarenL

KarenL

I'm passionate about wildlife, a keen amateur photographer, and Project Noah Community Director. karen@projectnoah.org

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KarenL White-eared Opossum
White-eared Opossum commented on by KarenL Maldonado, Uruguay2 years ago

Congratulations!

KarenL Squirrel Caxinguele
Squirrel Caxinguele commented on by KarenL São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil2 years ago

Very cute!
Mayra, please can you tick the box that says "help me ID this spotting" so that it appears on the "unknowns" list so that the community can identify it (with the correct scientific species) for you. Thanks!

KarenL Harlequin Bug Nymph
Harlequin Bug Nymph commented on by KarenL Victoria, Australia2 years ago

Lovely!

KarenL Micromoths (mating)
Micromoths (mating) commented on by KarenL Franklin, Tennessee, USA2 years ago

Thanks Mayra!

KarenL Bent-line carpet moth
Bent-line carpet moth commented on by KarenL Franklin, Tennessee, USA2 years ago

ID'd by butterfliesandmoths.org

KarenL Ground Crab Spider
Ground Crab Spider commented on by KarenL Cordele, Georgia, USA2 years ago

Awesome!

KarenL Carolina Wren
Carolina Wren commented on by KarenL Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA2 years ago

You might want to see if you can identify the tail feathers from this site http://www.lab.fws.gov/featheratlas/idto...

KarenL Carolina Wren
Carolina Wren commented on by KarenL Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA2 years ago

How interesting - I love a mystery! As it probably is a juvenile it's best not to disturb it. Can you estimate the size? That would help with ID.

KarenL Rosy-billed duck (pato)
Rosy-billed duck (pato) commented on by KarenL Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina2 years ago

Hi Ceci, please can you update this with the correct ID. Thanks!

KarenL Phyllira tiger moth
Phyllira tiger moth commented on by KarenL Franklin, Tennessee, USA2 years ago

butterfliesandmoths.org have confirmed this as the Phyllira tiger moth - very similar to but much rarer then the ornate tiger moth I had ID'd it as!