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Bruce Weiskotten

Bruce Weiskotten

Versilia, Italia

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Bruce Weiskotten Elephant Hawk-moth
Elephant Hawk-moth commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Camaiore, TOS, Italy7 years ago

Thanks to bayucca for the ID

Bruce Weiskotten Slipper Orchid
Slipper Orchid commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Malaysia8 years ago

Beautiful. Is this a common flower in Malaysia?

Bruce Weiskotten Wall lizard - lucertola
Wall lizard - lucertola commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Camaiore, Toscana, Italy8 years ago

Hi Daniele,
You are most likely right. I didn't know about the P. sicula species and I am not very experienced at identifying reptiles. Thanks for informing me.

Bruce Weiskotten Escarabajo pelotero
Escarabajo pelotero commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Parroquia Cononaco, Provincia de Orellana, Ecuador8 years ago

è come un caca d'oro qui in Italia.

Bruce Weiskotten Speckled Wood
Speckled Wood commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Camaiore, Toscana, Italy8 years ago

Thank you, Manval, for the identification.

Bruce Weiskotten Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Viareggio, Toscana, Italy8 years ago

While this plant does have some traits in common with evening primrose, it is growing wild on the Mediterranean Riviera far from its native North and South America.

Bruce Weiskotten Popinjay
Popinjay commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Arunachal Pradesh, India8 years ago

Beautiful!

Bruce Weiskotten Green Heron Fledgling with a Dragon Fly Meal
Green Heron Fledgling with a Dragon Fly Meal commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Tulare, California, USA8 years ago

Nice close-up

Bruce Weiskotten Vanessa atalanta
Vanessa atalanta commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Heusden-Zolder, Vlaanderen, Belgium8 years ago

Nice pic!

Bruce Weiskotten Lime Hawk-moth
Lime Hawk-moth commented on by Bruce Weiskotten Camaiore, Toscana, Italy8 years ago

Identified promptly with a little help from my friends. There are indeed an abudance of Tilia (linden) trees in the neighborhood.

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