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0 1 Dull-yellow Crane Fly

Dull-yellow Crane Fly

by StephenSolomonsGosford, New South Wales, Australia

At night resting on a She-oak by a ...

0 0 Scrub She-oak

Scrub She-oak

by Neil RossManly, New South Wales, Australia

as the "swamp

0 0 Cicada (similar to Black Prince but with red eyes) also called red-eye cicada

Cicada (similar to Black Prince but with red eyes) also called red-eye cicada

by katey2auNew South Wales, Australia

Black thorax & abdomen Red eyes Transparent wings with black detail Approx ...

3 3 Red-shouldered Hawk (juvenile)

Red-shouldered Hawk (juvenile)

by LivanEscuderoFlorida, USA

I heard it before I saw it. I then quietly tracked it down to some Australian ...

3 0 Red-shouldered Hawk

Red-shouldered Hawk

by LivanEscuderoFlorida, United States

. The morning was a bit cold for the area, perhaps

1 2 Swamp She-oak

Swamp She-oak

by argybeeMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

A small dioecious tree, growing to 1.5–10 m in height and capable of flowering ...

6 0 Spittlebug (spittle foam)

Spittlebug (spittle foam)

by Neil RossBoondall, Queensland, Australia

The Aphrophoridae or spittlebugs are a family of insects belonging to the order ...

0 0 Black Friday Cicada?

Black Friday Cicada?

by StephenSolomonsGosford, New South Wales, Australia

Fore-wing 40mm with green veins. Yellow-green under-belly. Stocky. Body 3cm. ...

0 0 North American Bobcat-Lynx Rufus

North American Bobcat-Lynx Rufus

by DarrenHeathCourtneyCalifornia, USA

The bobcat (Lynx rufus) is a North American mammal of the cat family Felidae, ...

2 2 Meadow Vole

Meadow Vole

by jgorneauNew York, USA

young produced 13 litters (totalling 78 young) before

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