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FrancisJanSethAlbacite Noctuidae Moth
Noctuidae Moth commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

You're welcome Mr. Juan Manuel.

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Noctuidae Moth
Noctuidae Moth commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

In my opinion it is close to Erebus sp.

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Philippines toad
Philippines toad commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Negros Oriental, Philippines7 years ago

Intimidating. Q: What are the most pronounced characteristics of these toad to differentiate from the widely spread population of Bufo marinus? Thanks.

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Bulacan, Philippines7 years ago

AgnesAdiqueTalavera I already joined that mission. Thanks.
Its a hard thing to identify this Moth. I should have taken more angles. Next time I would surely shot a lot, if the animal permits. :-)


FrancisJanSethAlbacite Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Bulacan, Philippines7 years ago

Thank you NuwanChathuranga

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Chicago, Illinois, USA7 years ago

Maybe an Ipomea sp. Hope this would lead for further identification.

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

Maybe a kind of Huperzia sp.
But definitely it's hard to identify.

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Clover
Clover commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Alexandria, Virginia, USA7 years ago

Most probably an Oxalis stricta.

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Passionflower
Passionflower commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Mississippi, USA7 years ago

Passiflora incatnata is no longer an accepted name, it is now considered as a synonym of P. edulis.

FrancisJanSethAlbacite Passionflower
Passionflower commented on by FrancisJanSethAlbacite Mississippi, USA7 years ago

Most probably a Passiflora sp.

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