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injica Cafezinho
Cafezinho commented on by injica MT, Brazil2 months ago

Gracias, es la verdad, yo lo encontré muy próximo a plante flotante camalote ;)

injica Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by injica MT, Brazil2 months ago

tnx Sckel, bayucca without your blessing I would be lost

injica Tiger moth
Tiger moth commented on by injica MT, Brazil2 months ago

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gails_pict...

injica Skipper
Skipper commented on by injica CABA, CABA, Argentina2 months ago

will search through but i think no... so unlikely i will go all over down to species level :/

injica Notodontid Moth
Notodontid Moth commented on by injica MT, Brazil2 months ago

Tnx, good one, spent yesterday few h trying to get it solved!

injica Tiger Moth
Tiger Moth commented on by injica MT, Brazil2 months ago

leucophleba has connected bottom oragne part while this doesnt

injica Tiger Moth
Tiger Moth commented on by injica MT, Brazil2 months ago

Agree definitelly tiger moth, dont know why i wrote clearwing, anyway I saw several in the last 10 days, some are clearly more red in the orange parts and blue is more visible, none though look like those on the google pictures,...dont know maybe is a spp.

injica Blue Macaw!
Blue Macaw! commented on by injica MS, Brazil2 months ago

Who doesn't, but I only saw them twice, and both times in Pantanal! After Jaguar this is surely the most unique Pantanal's species ;)

injica Jaguar
Jaguar commented on by injica MS, Brazil2 months ago

I can contribute by saying that the floating semi rooted macrophyte is Pontederia ;)

injica Giant-otters
Giant-otters commented on by injica MS, Brazil2 months ago

funny here they look a bit like irara ;)