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Doryreed

Doryreed

Zoologist and entomologist. Currently studying for a PhD. Love getting out and about with my camera.

Fence Houses, UK

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Doryreed Hoverfly
Hoverfly commented on by Doryreed England, United Kingdom6 years ago

Yeah well spotted. I think it is probably Syritta pipiens. I'll change it now.

Doryreed Emperor moth caterpillar
Emperor moth caterpillar commented on by Doryreed England, United Kingdom7 years ago

Thanks! :)

Doryreed Cinnabar moth caterpillar
Cinnabar moth caterpillar commented on by Doryreed England, United Kingdom8 years ago

Ha ha! Very true. I will add them now. :)

Doryreed Meadow brown butterfly
Meadow brown butterfly commented on by Doryreed England, United Kingdom8 years ago

Done! :)

Doryreed Peacock butterfly
Peacock butterfly commented on by Doryreed England, United Kingdom8 years ago

Thanks!

Doryreed soldier fly
soldier fly commented on by Doryreed Vienna, Niederösterreich, Austria8 years ago

Cool. Good to know! :)

Doryreed Mute swan (cygnet)
Mute swan (cygnet) commented on by Doryreed Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom8 years ago

Thanks. I was really pleased with it. They were very photogenic. :)

Doryreed Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Doryreed Columbus, Ohio, USA8 years ago

Nice capture! :)

Doryreed Walnut Husk Fly
Walnut Husk Fly commented on by Doryreed Niagara Falls, Canada8 years ago

This is certainly a Rhagoletis species but I agree with @dandoucette. The eyes are not the same and the thorax is the wrong colour. Rhagoletis completa doesn't have the bronze metallic colour. That said I can't seem to find a closer match and it is very close. :)

Doryreed Common Carder-bee
Common Carder-bee commented on by Doryreed Irkutsk, Irkutsk, Russia8 years ago

This is probably Bombus pascuorum (the common carder bumblebee).