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EmilieChich Lotus
Lotus commented on by EmilieChich 群馬県, Japanan hour ago

Probably the pink variety of Nymphaea alba. The lotus species (Nelumbium sp) is different, with leaves and flowers above the water, not floating.

EmilieChich Metzli silkmoth
Metzli silkmoth commented on by EmilieChich Matina, Provincia Limón, Costa Rica3 days ago

Obviously a moth. Family Drepanidae?

EmilieChich White Rot Saprobic Fungus
White Rot Saprobic Fungus commented on by EmilieChich Morona Santiago, Ecuador6 days ago

Probably Pycnoporus sanguineus, very common throughout the tropics.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pycnoporus...

EmilieChich Potter wasp
Potter wasp commented on by EmilieChich Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Tromelin Islanda week ago

Maybe Eumeninae?

EmilieChich African Iris
African Iris commented on by EmilieChich New Orleans, Louisiana, USAa week ago

I mean African iris.

EmilieChich Shaggy Mane
Shaggy Mane commented on by EmilieChich بهمنشیرشمالی, استان خوزستان, Irana month ago

Not sure, but probably a Psathyrellus sp. There are many species around the world. You might check the possibilities in your region.

EmilieChich Shaggy Mane
Shaggy Mane commented on by EmilieChich بهمنشیرشمالی, استان خوزستان, Irana month ago

Are you sure about the ID?
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coprin_che...

EmilieChich Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by EmilieChich Uttar Pradesh, Indiaa month ago

You might check in the Nepidae family of aquatic bugs.

EmilieChich Gafanhoto-soldado
Gafanhoto-soldado commented on by EmilieChich RN, Brazil2 months ago

In French Guyana I have often seen flocks of those tiny black-and-red nymphs. Looks like the same species.

EmilieChich Silvery Checkerspot
Silvery Checkerspot commented on by EmilieChich Kansas, USA3 months ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megacyllen...

??? Megacyllene seems to be a beetle.
Silvery checkerspot = Chlosyne nycteis.