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Wonderful flyers not always great landings!
4cm long + antennae... Obviously a goofy
Silvery dragonfly, slow flyer, moved low ...
Spikes on legs, slow flyer
Dont know much about this finch, but the are fast little
. Really fast flyer.
Quite a fast flyer.
A large insect with feathery antennas. Loud
Blends in well on tree bark or in dead grass. About 1" long. Adept
They're everywhere here in the mountains and tireless darting
Approximately an inch in length, dark metallic black with crimson patches. Very ...
Only about one inch and some in length
15 - 17mm, short distance flyer.
This moth is really streamlined and looks like a fast
Big slow graceful flyer
About 20mm, fast flyer - Added pic #4 - ...
Moth, 9 mm long.
Potanthus species are sun-loving diurnal
This tiny flyer was very serious about ...
Attracted to light.
Approximately 2.75 cm wide.
A brown bird with a eye line.
Small male Phasmid with wings and good
-loving diurnal flyers.
yellow-green-brownish lizard with spikey tail; up to 80 cm length and 1500 g ...
Weaker flyer than the Monarch and smaller ...
I thought it is big ant..after take a look, it is a spider..and eatting
Cant quite remember where i saw this, i think it was outside the singapore ...
Fast little flyer
Spotted whilst having lunch under the Singapore
As large and ungainly as they are, the turkey is a superb
Smaller than 30mm, fast flyer
territory. It is a very agile flyer, ...
Strong rapid flyer. They usually land ...
brownish markings. A fast and low flyer.
High noon hunter seen on road into the NWR,, graceful
flyer even in the wind.
A little over 3cm, this big beetle flew into our kitchen. Not a great
Slow flyer near the ground. Females breed ...
While these birds don't seem like too much of a
A black cap, throat and gray wings