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AngelSeven

AngelSeven

I've loved nature since I was a young child back in the 70's, be it birds, insects, mammals or plants...!

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AngelSeven Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AngelSeven Bayern, Germany8 years ago

Reference: Planet Poster Editions ISBN 978-3-933922-65-6

AngelSeven Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AngelSeven Connecticut, USA8 years ago

The one in the photo is an Eft (young) it looks different after a couple of years...!

AngelSeven 非洲大蝸牛 (giant African land snail)
非洲大蝸牛 (giant African land snail) commented on by AngelSeven 臺北市, 臺北市, Taiwan8 years ago

Wonderful...! I brought 4 of them (8 euro each) from my local pet shop about two years ago...! They bred and after a few months I had over 2000 babies...! Luckily the pet shop took them off my hands...!

AngelSeven Gall wasp
Gall wasp commented on by AngelSeven Genève, Switzerland8 years ago

I think it's a type of Gall Wasp they induce on plants for larval development...!

AngelSeven White-marked Tussock Moth
White-marked Tussock Moth commented on by AngelSeven Columbus, Ohio, USA8 years ago

I do when I can ForestDragon but my ID came from a poster I have on my study wall...!

AngelSeven Slug
Slug commented on by AngelSeven Bergen, Hordaland, Norway8 years ago

Reference Planet Posters ISBN 978-3-933922-65-6

AngelSeven Fairy Basslet
Fairy Basslet commented on by AngelSeven Texas, USA8 years ago

I copied and pasted the link I found this fish on it might say woodpecker + norway but it does take you to a page with the a photo of this fish plus others...!

AngelSeven White-marked Tussock Moth
White-marked Tussock Moth commented on by AngelSeven Columbus, Ohio, USA8 years ago

The Caterpillar is very beautiful however the moth it turns into is rather dull...!

AngelSeven Lesser spotted woodpecker
Lesser spotted woodpecker commented on by AngelSeven Hordaland, Norway8 years ago

I'm not sure but I've suggested the it might be a White-backed Woodpecker (Female)...!

AngelSeven Purple Russula sp.
Purple Russula sp. commented on by AngelSeven New South Wales, Australia8 years ago

I didn't know that Russula atropurpurea wasn't found in Australia, however Russula persanguinea is so maybe it's that one...!

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