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Kei Heyns

Kei Heyns

Nature and how it works fascinates me. Presently Studying a diploma in Nature Conservation. Outdoors, photography and having fun is all me.

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Kei Heyns Rhombic Night Adder
Rhombic Night Adder commented on by Kei Heyns George Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Awesome, Thanks!

Kei Heyns Common Brown Water Snake
Common Brown Water Snake commented on by Kei Heyns George Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Hi Bo, sure you can. you have my permission.

Kei Heyns Cape River Crab
Cape River Crab commented on by Kei Heyns Mossel Bay Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

Thanks Cap'n!!

Kei Heyns Cape River Crab
Cape River Crab commented on by Kei Heyns Mossel Bay Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

Video just added

Kei Heyns Corn Earworm Moth
Corn Earworm Moth commented on by Kei Heyns Pennsylvania, USA9 years ago

Great shots! really like your video work

Kei Heyns Cape White-eye
Cape White-eye commented on by Kei Heyns George Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

Will do, thanks Ava!

Kei Heyns Orange Cracker
Orange Cracker commented on by Kei Heyns Alajuela, Costa Rica9 years ago

Congrats Gylma!!!

Kei Heyns Jumping Spider
Jumping Spider commented on by Kei Heyns Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

Oh yes, i almost forgot. there are two amazing books available in SA that pertain to this, the "Insectlopedia" and the "GOGGO guide" which you would find most useful. Both these books are authored by Erik Holm.

Kei Heyns Jumping Spider
Jumping Spider commented on by Kei Heyns Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

Hi Smith's Zoo. Just to let you know, in line with your mission "Insects of the Western Cape", spiders are not in the class Insecta, they belong to the class Arachnida, of the order Araneae. It would be great if you could create another mission titled Arachnids of the western cape to include Scorpions, spiders, harvester men, mites and ticks. Or alternatively the Phylum Arthropoda would include all the classes that people deem to be "insects", that being class Insecta, class Arachnida and so forth. take a look at http://www.entomology.umn.edu/cues/4015/... for a better idea.
Have an awesome day!

Kei Heyns Noctuid moth
Noctuid moth commented on by Kei Heyns Philippines9 years ago

family Noctuidae

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