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Russischer Bär

Euplagia quadripunctaria

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injica 7 years ago

fully agree, don't collect or kill anything, but i have a dead spider that I have found in '98 :D and few little sea stars from '96 in my photo album also unprepared just washed ;) and this is all in a plastic box that has a name: time capsule i'd like to see those wings but at the end is up to you...just write under that is have died by natural causes ;)

FFHRheingau 7 years ago

Yeah, that's the one I mentioned before.
But just right now it came to my mind that I have a dead one here in my glass cabinet, could take a photo of it since its hindwings are well visible. Never thought of it before, maybe because I prefer to take photos of living animals ;) I don't collect insects, I just sometimes take an already dead one with me if it's an interesting or beautiful one (-> the "collection" only consists of 7 insects :-p And I also just keep them in small glass bottles, unprepared, just "as is".).

injica 7 years ago

oh here I see a bit of the hidden wings ;)

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Hessen, Germany

Spotted on Aug 2, 2011
Submitted on Jun 28, 2013

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