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Graham Monroe

Graham Monroe

I have a wide variety of interests, including fossils and nature. I have been studying nature in New Mexico for several years.

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Graham Monroe Butterfly
Butterfly commented on by Graham Monroe City of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdoma year ago

It looks a little like a white admiral but I do not think they are in Scotland.

Graham Monroe Achemon sphinx
Achemon sphinx commented on by Graham Monroe Colorado Springs, Colorado, USAa year ago

Nice spotting! That is a beautiful moth that I have been studying for a long time. The camouflage on their wings is unbelievable.

Graham Monroe Imperial moth
Imperial moth commented on by Graham Monroe North Carolina, USAa year ago

Wow I really love the comparison - shows the moth's amazing camouflage.

Graham Monroe Geometrid moth
Geometrid moth commented on by Graham Monroe Capiz, Philippinesa year ago

Wow what a beautifully colored moth!

Graham Monroe Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Graham Monroe Área Metropolitana de Lisboa, Portugala year ago

Some kind of cattail maybe?

Graham Monroe Ganesh's Lappet Moth
Ganesh's Lappet Moth commented on by Graham Monroe Tawau, Sabah, Malaysiaa year ago

Wow what a beautiful moth!

Graham Monroe Grote's bertholdia
Grote's bertholdia commented on by Graham Monroe New Mexico, USAa year ago

Thanks for the ID! Glad to finally figure out what this guy is.

Graham Monroe Silversword
Silversword commented on by Graham Monroe Hawaii, USAa year ago

Thanks so much! That is awesome!

Graham Monroe Silversword
Silversword commented on by Graham Monroe Hawaii, USAa year ago

Thanks! Yes it is a beautiful plant. Really unique.

Graham Monroe Newly Hatched Praying Mantis
Newly Hatched Praying Mantis commented on by Graham Monroe New Mexico, USAa year ago

No this is not an adult. There were several small mantises right by a set of eggs, so it appeared that they had just hatched. I do not know the ID so I am going with Kris Anderson's suggestion because it looks like he knows what he's talking about.