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LennyWorthington

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LennyWorthington duck
duck commented on by LennyWorthington Staffordshire Moorlands, England, United Kingdom6 years ago

Audubon have a lab especially for splittng

LennyWorthington duck
duck commented on by LennyWorthington Staffordshire Moorlands, England, United Kingdom6 years ago

Apologies Ashley yoy are right, in England They are called Moorhen

LennyWorthington Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LennyWorthington Arizona, USA6 years ago

There are a few Castilleja species in Arizona. All very similar. Good Luck.

LennyWorthington Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl commented on by LennyWorthington SP, Brazil6 years ago

It's winking at you Leonardo

LennyWorthington Woodlouse
Woodlouse commented on by LennyWorthington NYC, New York, USA6 years ago

I would agree with ForestDragon

LennyWorthington duck
duck commented on by LennyWorthington Staffordshire Moorlands, England, United Kingdom6 years ago

These are Mallards.(Anas platyrhynchos.) Two males one female.
Coot (Fulica atra) in the background

LennyWorthington Heliotrope Moth
Heliotrope Moth commented on by LennyWorthington Goa, India6 years ago

There are two very similar Pamsie. Utetheisa pulchelloides and U.lotrix
http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/269...
http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/269...

LennyWorthington Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LennyWorthington Derbyshire Dales, England, United Kingdom6 years ago

You're welcome Beth. If I close my eyes I can see an English spring

LennyWorthington Dendrochilum Orchid
Dendrochilum Orchid commented on by LennyWorthington Jambi, Indonesia6 years ago

Could be Pholidota imbricata.
Looks like one we have here in Thailand
Have a look at this site
http://orchidofsumatra.blogspot.com/2012...

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