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LuckyLogan Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LuckyLogan Oklahoma, USA3 years ago

Check out genus Senecio present in this area

LuckyLogan Turkey Tail
Turkey Tail commented on by LuckyLogan Eden Prairie, Minnesota, USA3 years ago

The gill structure is more similar to S. ostrea. Also, I find that the yellowish color sets the two species apart visually here in the Midwest. T. versicolor is typically more white or gray with various colored stripes.

LuckyLogan Witch's Butter
Witch's Butter commented on by LuckyLogan Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA3 years ago

Nice find, this is a beautiful species I've only found a handful of times. Great work on documenting this species. Make sure to move it to the fungi category while you are updating the spotting.

LuckyLogan Love Letter Moth
Love Letter Moth commented on by LuckyLogan Provincia de Bocas del Toro, Panama3 years ago

Thanks everyone for your kind remarks.
Panama is fine for travel. I haven't traveled around much as I am studying in the northeast region of Panama, Bocas del Toro.

LuckyLogan Green-and-Black Poison Dart Frog
Green-and-Black Poison Dart Frog commented on by LuckyLogan Bocas del Toro, Panama3 years ago

Thanks Jim Nelson and Pradeep Kumar! It's such a stunning frog species.

LuckyLogan Monarch
Monarch commented on by LuckyLogan Florida, USA4 years ago

Hi Robert, this is infact a monarch. The key identifying characteristic between monarchs and queens is not white dots on the outside band. Queens are smaller butterflies with a darker color orange. The black vein markings on the hindwing are bordered by white. Also on the ventral view of the forewing, queens have much less black, and in some cases nearly no black patterning except on the edges of the wings.

LuckyLogan Strawberry Poison-Dart Frog
Strawberry Poison-Dart Frog commented on by LuckyLogan Isla Bastimentos, Panama4 years ago

How exciting! I've just uploaded a spotting for the Isla Popa color morph Thanks everyone for your kind words. The rain forest is such a wonderful place!

LuckyLogan Caddis fly
Caddis fly commented on by LuckyLogan Comunitat Valenciana, Spain4 years ago

Not a caddisfly, but an antlion. Myrmeleontidae

LuckyLogan Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LuckyLogan Uttarakhand, India4 years ago

Wonderful find!

LuckyLogan Collared Trogon
Collared Trogon commented on by LuckyLogan Campeche, Mexico4 years ago

What a beautiful spotting, and number 5000! Congratulations!