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AdrianLeathers Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AdrianLeathers Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland6 years ago

Araniella cucurbitina or Araniella opisthographa

AdrianLeathers Thoas or King Swallowtail
Thoas or King Swallowtail commented on by AdrianLeathers San José, San José, Costa Rica7 years ago

Thank you Leuba

AdrianLeathers Spectacled Owl
Spectacled Owl commented on by AdrianLeathers Alajuela, Costa Rica7 years ago

thank you guys

AdrianLeathers Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AdrianLeathers Alajuela, Alajuela, Costa Rica7 years ago

Thanks Mark!

AdrianLeathers Stork-billed kingfisher
Stork-billed kingfisher commented on by AdrianLeathers Singapore, Singapore7 years ago

Wow, nice find!
but shouldn't it be Kingfisher instead of Fingfisher?

AdrianLeathers Hawk Moth Caterpillar
Hawk Moth Caterpillar commented on by AdrianLeathers England, United Kingdom7 years ago

Shouldn't the ID be "Poplar Hawk Moth Caterpillar" instead of just "Hawk Moth Caterpillar", since the latin name is for the Poplar Hawk Moth and not just any Hawk Moth

AdrianLeathers Small Tortoiseshell
Small Tortoiseshell commented on by AdrianLeathers Allschwil, Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland7 years ago

Thanks and thanks :)

AdrianLeathers Large-bodied Earthworm
Large-bodied Earthworm commented on by AdrianLeathers Provincia de Napo, Ecuador7 years ago

Hi ChunXingWong
It's true the German text says there is one description of the columbian species Martiodrilus (Cordilleroscolex) olivaceus by (Ayala et. al. 1972) that says it can grow up to 1090 mm.
All the other "giant" species are described to grow up to 250-600mm in length.

AdrianLeathers Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AdrianLeathers Alto Paraíso de Goiás, GO, Brazil7 years ago

Hi I'd say either a
Blond-crested Woodpecker (Celeus flavescens)
or a
Pale-crested Woodpecker (Celeus lugubris)

AdrianLeathers White-lined Sphinx
White-lined Sphinx commented on by AdrianLeathers Verona, Wisconsin, USA7 years ago

Looks like a kind of Hawk moth (Sphingidae), because of the horn on it's rear end.

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