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Bullinger

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Bullinger Cicada
Cicada commented on by Bullinger Georgia, USA7 years ago

Very cool. I love the wings!

Bullinger Emperor Dragonfly
Emperor Dragonfly commented on by Bullinger New York, USA7 years ago

I'm thinking this is a damselfly.

Bullinger Eastern tiger swollow-tail
Eastern tiger swollow-tail commented on by Bullinger Charlottesville, Virginia, USA7 years ago

The blue on the lower part of the hindwing indicates that this is a female. Nice shot!

Bullinger Common Whitetail Dragonfly, female
Common Whitetail Dragonfly, female commented on by Bullinger Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA7 years ago

It could also be the Twelve-spotted Skimmer. It's tough to tell from that photo.

Bullinger Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Bullinger North Carolina, USA7 years ago

The blue tail lets adult skinks know that it's not a threat.

Bullinger Tree Geometer Moth
Tree Geometer Moth commented on by Bullinger Malaysia7 years ago

Wow, beautiful!

Bullinger Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Bullinger Greenville, South Carolina, USA7 years ago

Is this witch's butter?

Bullinger Cicada
Cicada commented on by Bullinger Malta, Malta7 years ago

Agreed, some sort of cicada.

Bullinger Chanterelle
Chanterelle commented on by Bullinger Greenville, South Carolina, USA7 years ago

These were the first that I've found since I've seen them and had any idea what they were. We collected a few, then came home to check the ID. They were very good!

Bullinger Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Bullinger Yangon, Myanmar7 years ago

Wow, beautiful! You should add it to the global dragonflies and damselflies mission.