A global citizen science platform to discover, share and identify wildlife
It seems you deleted your reply to me, Orionmystery, but yes, I do consider that lambasting. Especially on a site that has people from so many different cultures, where it's better to err on the side of the polite. Also, few people here are aware of how fraught taxonomy is, and how uncertain identification can be, especially from images alone. Hopefully, here is a place for them to learn.
Orionmystery, while it's fine to comment on (in)appropriate animal handling, it's not OK to lambast someone for getting things wrong. Project NOAH is a citizen science site. It relies on average people, few of them "experts", being willing to take part in identifying organisms from all over the world. Therefore, many ID's will be wrong, but hopefully they'll lead us further in the right direction. If you would like to suggest a better ID, with a comment/link as to why you think it is better, please do so. But wrong ID's are a part of this site, and if you find that distressing, maybe you need to rethink your participation.
looks like a peacock
I think you are right, dear @orionmystery, and you should suggest the correct ID :)
If an Indian peafowl were a bug...
Awesome series, and the colours on the Lantern bug are really beautiful.
So beautiful !
Beautiful shots!! What a great find!! Love all the bright colors!
Beautiful photos and such lovely creatures!!
i actually find this insect in my garden...if u want to see me just come here in keningau..i will take you to the forest where the insect live and find more species..:)
I love it! Wonderful photos of a strange and beautiful bug.
i have upload some new photo..:)
That's extremely pretty!
this lantern bug have a beautiful colours
I like the 3rd shot when it opened up its wings. Beautiful colors inside.
Lat: 5.26, Long: 116.33
Spotted on Sep 24, 2011 Submitted on Sep 24, 2011
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