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Thanks for the help!
I've been seeing them too. The females are emerging after being underground all winter, and the males buzz over the ground in a mating display, waiting for them. It's pretty cool to see all those bees!
It's also possible that it's just molted. Their exoskeletons are pale at first but then darken.
Maybe an Eastern Phoebe nest?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Pho...
Lucky you!!!Great pics. Those guys are probably very difficult to photograph.
Thanks for the ID help, drP!
Looks vaguely similar to our Spring Azure (Celastrina ladon), but I have no idea what species live in Croatia!
Wow! What an amazing and rare find. Lucky you :)Awww, it's a little one. Cute and formidable at the same time!
Yep, that's a box turtle :)It's a male. You can tell by the red eyes.
Beautiful! Lucky you :) Luna moths are easily my favorite moths!