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On a flower clover
In city park
bayucca, exactly that's what I thought of that we really need your precious knowledge and time on IDs of the really unknown spottings. I have given the English names including a reference link separately for all his spottings so lets see how will the reaction be since I don't know him :).
Faredin: No problem... I am glad when I can concentrate on IDs... And it would be great if you could explain him the reason for putting the correct common name. Not about being picky with him, but all additional info is important and all not correctly put info might irritate the search engines. Most of the time I cannot find a spot on PN anymore why it is not correctly named. Thanks for your effort and help!
Faredin, that would be very helpful! He keeps posting in the chats and we've tried Google Translate and it isn't working well for us. So if you could help him with common names it would be much appreciated!
@bayucca, I can take care of his spottings if that's fine with you since he doesn't speak English and I can speak his language?
OK, I will try later to help you with the correct common names. In the meanwhile you might help yourself by search for the latin name and then choose the wiki link. There you have almost always a common name in english.
Joj kako cu kad ne znam engleski,rado bi dodao kad bi znao.Znam samo srpski.Hvala vam sto ste mi pisali.Pozdrav Ivan
Common name would be Painted Lady. Please, add the common name in english if there is one (if not you may use the family name in english like Nymphalid Butterfly). You have several spottings where there is a common name. Please, add it as well, thanks.
Hi Antonio.hvala za cestitke,a uvek mozemo da caskamo,samo ja ne znam engleski ali ima prevodilac.Pozdrav Ivan
Very nice capture Ivan,congrats and thanks for sharing.I ask you ,if you can to go to support chat and translate to english the questions that a serbian user is making in serbien?thanks
Hi Landmark Thanks you
this could be SOTD too
Lat: 45.38, Long: 20.39
Spotted on Aug 25, 2013 Submitted on Aug 25, 2013
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