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Lily Hunter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Lily Hunter City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

Oh yeah, I see now. I've been seeing it everywhere. Just wish we could figure it out! :)

Lily Hunter Sugar Glider
Sugar Glider commented on by Lily Hunter Delaware, USA5 years ago

Wow, so cute! You're very lucky to own a sugar glider.

Lily Hunter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Lily Hunter City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

Wait... I think we were both wrong! Looking it up on Google Images, and it looks like this flower is more like the Lobularia maritima. Still from the Brassicaceae family, so it might be true.

Lily Hunter Forest Tent Caterpillar
Forest Tent Caterpillar commented on by Lily Hunter Norfolk, Virginia, USA5 years ago

Love these little caterpillars! Great pictures.

Lily Hunter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Lily Hunter SeaTac, Washington, USA5 years ago

It is defiantly a kind of bramble. Bramble plants are plants such as blackberries or raspberries. I can't help much more than that, sorry!

Lily Hunter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Lily Hunter จังหวัดพังงา, Thailand5 years ago

Some kind of cricket, though not a cave cricket. Afraid that's all I can do!

Lily Hunter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Lily Hunter City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

Added some more pictures--hope is helps!

Lily Hunter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Lily Hunter City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

That might be it! I'll look again later, and compare it to Google pictures. Thanks for all the help!

Lily Hunter Silk moth
Silk moth commented on by Lily Hunter Tamil Nadu, India5 years ago

Do you know what kind of silk moth? As in, natural or bred? I think some breeds are different. My only experience with them has been the bred kind, and they are white, flightless and small.

Lily Hunter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Lily Hunter Portland, Oregon, USA5 years ago

Maybe some kind of jumping spider. Not sure which kind.

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