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

Thanks. They are very cute. :)

Doryreed Highland Cattle
Highland Cattle commented on by Doryreed Nova Scotia, Canada8 years ago

These are awesome!

Doryreed Tachina Fly
Tachina Fly commented on by Doryreed Schleswig-Holstein, Germany8 years ago

Looks like a tachinid fly. Possibly Tachina fera. :)

Doryreed Flesh Fly
Flesh Fly commented on by Doryreed Augusta, Georgia, USA8 years ago

No problem. :)

Doryreed Flesh Fly
Flesh Fly commented on by Doryreed Augusta, Georgia, USA8 years ago

This is a flesh fly. Probably Sarcophaga carnaria or something similar.

Doryreed Kidney spot ladybird
Kidney spot ladybird commented on by Doryreed Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom8 years ago

Thanks. There are lots of these beetles about at the moment. They are very photogenic. :)

Doryreed black and red froghopper
black and red froghopper commented on by Doryreed South Yorkshire, United Kingdom8 years ago

I think this is the froghopper, Cercopis vulnerata. Very bonny beasties :)

Doryreed Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Doryreed Amsterdam, Netherlands8 years ago

This is actually the nymph of the harlequin ladybird.

http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/679...

Doryreed African Lion
African Lion commented on by Doryreed Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia8 years ago

Wow! :)

Doryreed Sawfly
Sawfly commented on by Doryreed Oslo, Oslo, Norway8 years ago

Glad to help. :)