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Great job on tracking it down!
Yes, it is quite different. Madagascar has quite a few interesting insects and plants and animals. Excuse me for the delay I've been going through Jet Lag, so Project Noah has been on the back burner.
Thanks! Emma. Sometimes the occasional peak behind a flower yields surprising results:)
Your welcome, Dan. I was surprised by the second website as well. I'll use it when I get back in the States.
In ButterFlies and Moths of North America I found this one. What do you think? http://www.butterfliesandmoths.org/galle...Quite a website. I'm looking forward to seeing the States again and rest up on the Oregon Coast.
What about a Woodland Skipper? http://www.cirrusimage.com/skipper_woodl...Looks kind of like it? There are other images on that site. JosephBullock
I know, but it is a place to start, then on to BugGuide.com:) Thanks! I leave at midnight tonight, Ugghh.
A Skipper, Dan. I usually check out Ozanimals.com and it helps. It is my last day in Madagascar:)
The color of the spider compliments the flower. that's for sure. ShraddaGaikwad
It's one of my early attempts at taking pictures of Dragon Flys. I always wonder what to focus on since they have such unique anatomy:)
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