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BelindaKlemm Polyphemus Moth Caterpillar
Polyphemus Moth Caterpillar commented on by BelindaKlemm Pemberton Township, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

After comparing a few similar caterpillars I'm pretty sure your suggestion is correct. I have to say this is probably the biggest caterpillar I've ever seen. It's approximately 3.5 inches long and almost 1 inch wide. It was crawling along the wall next where my daughter was sitting on our patio. Needless to say people probably heard her scream from a mile away. Haha!

BelindaKlemm White Tiger
White Tiger commented on by BelindaKlemm Bratislava, Bratislavsk√Ĺ kraj, Slovakia8 years ago

White coats happen naturally in approximately 1 out of every 10,000 Bengal Tigers. Siberian Tigers on the other hand do not carry the white color gene. Any white Siberian Tigers we see in zoos are actually a cross between a regular Siberian and a Bengal with the white gene.

BelindaKlemm House Finch
House Finch commented on by BelindaKlemm Pemberton Township, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

thanks

BelindaKlemm Bagworm Moth larva
Bagworm Moth larva commented on by BelindaKlemm Pemberton Township, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

Thanks ForestDragon.

BelindaKlemm Bagworm Moth larva
Bagworm Moth larva commented on by BelindaKlemm Pemberton Township, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

the "pod" was approximately 2 inches long. the insect never crawled completely out of it. what you see in the picture is about as much of it as I saw. This was actually in my garden and I wasn't sure if it would do harm to my plants so I carefully removed it so I could relocate it. The insect hid completely inside the casing which is shown in the 2nd photo.

BelindaKlemm Western Tree Snake
Western Tree Snake commented on by BelindaKlemm Heredia, Costa Rica8 years ago

Wow, that's a very long snake. At first I figured it was multiple lying tangled together.

BelindaKlemm Stink bug nymph?
Stink bug nymph? commented on by BelindaKlemm Ontario, Canada8 years ago

Looks like it might be a stink bug nymph.

BelindaKlemm Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by BelindaKlemm Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee, USA8 years ago

You have 4 different spottings. The first two look like acorns and mangos.

BelindaKlemm Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by BelindaKlemm Rajasthan, India8 years ago

looks like a Canna Lily.

BelindaKlemm House finch (male)
House finch (male) commented on by BelindaKlemm Pemberton Township, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

ok. thanks. i will do that

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