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Joey99 Gopher Snake
Gopher Snake commented on by Joey99 Tucson, Arizona, USA5 years ago

A gopher snake. Glad you got it identified. Joe

Joey99 Pupa
Pupa commented on by Joey99 Philippines5 years ago

Yes, I recently found several of these and I kept them and out came Oleander Hawk Moths, so I think that's what these are.

Joey99 Gopher Snake
Gopher Snake commented on by Joey99 Tucson, Arizona, USA5 years ago

Possibly a nightsnake. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/124...
Also do a search here on "nightsnake".

Joey99 Bird Feather
Bird Feather commented on by Joey99 Brooklet, Georgia, USA5 years ago

Thanks for the info Joshua. I'll try to run down what kind of hawks live in that area.

Joey99 Eclectus Parrot - Male
Eclectus Parrot - Male commented on by Joey99 พัทยา, จังหวัดชลบุรี, Thailand5 years ago

Thanks Joshua for your ID. Joe

Joey99 Lesser Rice-Leafroller Moth
Lesser Rice-Leafroller Moth commented on by Joey99 Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines5 years ago

Thanks again for the information you provided. Yeah, I see where it's a rice pest. Plenty of rice grown here in the Philippines too. (-:

Joey99 Lesser Rice-Leafroller Moth
Lesser Rice-Leafroller Moth commented on by Joey99 Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines5 years ago

Thanks Bayucca for your ID.

Joey99 Common Evening Brown Butterfly
Common Evening Brown Butterfly commented on by Joey99 Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines5 years ago

Doing more checking, I think this one is a Common Evening Brown Butterfly. Can anybody confirm my ID? Thanks. Joe

Joey99 Cockroach Parasitoid Wasp
Cockroach Parasitoid Wasp commented on by Joey99 Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines5 years ago

Patricia, thanks a lot for your ID. I would have never guessed this bug was a wasp. Joe

Joey99 Moth
Moth commented on by Joey99 Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines5 years ago

Perhaps a Privet Hawk Moth of some kind?

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