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EvaSeifert

EvaSeifert

I have a love for all things in nature and wildlife. I love to travel and see new species.

Colorado Springs CO

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EvaSeifert Gray Furcula Moth
Gray Furcula Moth commented on by EvaSeifert Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA5 years ago

Greg, the colors seem to be reversed on Furcula scolopendrina.

EvaSeifert Chinquapin Leafminer
Chinquapin Leafminer commented on by EvaSeifert Ohio, USA5 years ago

Amazing! I love the shagginess !

EvaSeifert Achemon sphinx
Achemon sphinx commented on by EvaSeifert Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA5 years ago

Thank you Graham Monroe! Sorry for the late response (very late). I haven't been able to log into the site.

EvaSeifert Gray Furcula Moth
Gray Furcula Moth commented on by EvaSeifert Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA5 years ago

Thank you Greg Shchepanek! I will update it.

EvaSeifert Peacock
Peacock commented on by EvaSeifert Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA9 years ago

He's a looker!😀

EvaSeifert Canivet's Emerald - pic 1
Canivet's Emerald - pic 1 commented on by EvaSeifert Coxen Hole, Honduras9 years ago

Thank you JoshuaGSmith!

EvaSeifert Woodland Skipper
Woodland Skipper commented on by EvaSeifert Oregon, USA9 years ago

They are social, one of my favorites! I sit still and they will land on my hand. Great photo!

EvaSeifert New England Aster
New England Aster commented on by EvaSeifert New York, USA9 years ago

It should say aster under scientific name. Haha, I can't figure out how to edit it :)

EvaSeifert Ladybug nymph
Ladybug nymph commented on by EvaSeifert Vermont, USA9 years ago

Your welcome! I've enjoyed your photos!

EvaSeifert Grapeleaf Skeletonizer
Grapeleaf Skeletonizer commented on by EvaSeifert Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA9 years ago

@ ForestDragon : That would make sense as I have grapevines and I have seen quite a few grapeleaf skeletonizer moths about my yard. Thanks!

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