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About 2.5 cm big.
Seen in the car park at the lodge. Tropical ...
open sunny areas surrounded by dry ...
Seen along a path through dry mountainous ...
green; no flower
subtropical or tropical
Its natural habitats are subtropical or
A very thin long-bodied damselfly seen flying along a small trail in the
A small wild flower growing among the grasses beside a dirt road in mountainous ...
this little guy is about 1" round
Your normal size honey bee.
Tiny fly about 3/32" long
3/8" long moth
Turquoise-browed Motmot, drying off after ...
About 5mm long
white and pink nenufar
Observed in a tropical
Around 5cm (+/-1cm)
This appears to be the moult of some insect.
Another little Skipper...
Another small skipper
Fronds are dimorphic.
Maybe Anemia sp. ?
A small butterfly
Caterpillar Found On Pea plant
Moth with two white patches.
It may be a geometer moth.
Moth with a pattern.
Reddish furry moth.