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Malcolm Wilton-Jones

Malcolm Wilton-Jones

Noah Ranger, Wildlife Photographer, Glider Pilot, World Traveller. Retired to Spain for 12 years, now in Cornwall, and less travelling.

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Malcolm Wilton-Jones White Crappie
White Crappie commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Pennsylvania, United States2 months ago

Please refer to our FAQs - fishing and hunting trophies are not permitted, this site it for wildlife living in it's natural habitat.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones White crappie
White crappie commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Kaiser, Missouri, United States2 months ago

Please refer to our FAQs - fishing and hunting trophies are not permitted, this site it for wildlife living in it's natural habitat.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Beard of Jupiter
Beard of Jupiter commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia4 months ago

Joined your mission and added it. Finally I am getting notifications again now after a long lean period.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Palm
Palm commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia4 months ago

I think the first two pictures show the leaves.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Chinese Mantis
Chinese Mantis commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Kashgar Prefecture, Xinjiang, China5 months ago

Looks similar the Chinese Mantis, Tenodera sinensis

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Spotting
Spotting commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Garur, Uttarakhand, India6 months ago

It is a female House Sparrow.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Forest Bug
Forest Bug commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Saint Columb Major, England, United Kingdom6 months ago

I moved the fourth to a separate spotting, had assumed the same from a different angle as all taken within a few seconds of each other.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Forest Bug
Forest Bug commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones Saint Columb Major, England, United Kingdom7 months ago

Thanks, could it be the Forest Bug, Pentatoma rufipes, at least for the first 3. I only have a basic wildlife book for most of what I see. I think the fourth one is the same individual as it was taken 23 seconds after the others so I think just a different angle. Not found any pictures showing the underside.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Grove Snail
Grove Snail commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones England, United Kingdom7 months ago

Thanks for the ID, page updated.

Malcolm Wilton-Jones Bladder Campion
Bladder Campion commented on by Malcolm Wilton-Jones England, United Kingdom7 months ago

Thanks for the tip, my book shows a match to S Vulgaris which is called a Bladder Campion.

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