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Mark Ridgway

Mark Ridgway

Trying to understand it before it's gone.

Melbourne, Australia

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Mark Ridgway Red-Crowned Brood Frog
Red-Crowned Brood Frog commented on by Mark Ridgway Sydney, NSW, Australiaa week ago

Nice shot and a great looking species.

Mark Ridgway Banded alder borer (male)
Banded alder borer (male) commented on by Mark Ridgway Washington, USA2 weeks ago

Anti-camo! Great spotting Brian.

Mark Ridgway Spotting
Spotting commented on by Mark Ridgway Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA2 weeks ago

He was a chef Six. Possibly cooked it.

Mark Ridgway Freshwater Seed Shrimp
Freshwater Seed Shrimp commented on by Mark Ridgway Victoria, Australia2 weeks ago

Time to fire up the barbie.

Mark Ridgway Spotting
Spotting commented on by Mark Ridgway Mississippi, USA2 weeks ago

Difficult isn't it. I continually refer to Michael Kuo for these https://www.mushroomexpert.com/chlorophy...

Mark Ridgway Bagworm Moth (male)
Bagworm Moth (male) commented on by Mark Ridgway Nueva Ecija, Philippines2 weeks ago

Same sp. as 2012 find ;-)

Mark Ridgway Bagworm Moth (male)
Bagworm Moth (male) commented on by Mark Ridgway Nueva Ecija, Philippines2 weeks ago

Well timed find and great photos..

Mark Ridgway Peacock fly
Peacock fly commented on by Mark Ridgway Alfaro, Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica2 weeks ago

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Vic...

Mark Ridgway Peacock fly
Peacock fly commented on by Mark Ridgway Alfaro, Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica2 weeks ago

Sorry to disagree ladies but I think wing patterns look more like Hexachaeta genus. So so many others though and very little info.

Mark Ridgway Dioptine Moth
Dioptine Moth commented on by Mark Ridgway Municipio Coripata, La Paz, Bolivia2 weeks ago

Hmm.. black/yellow lines... maybe a tiger moth? lol