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NoamFossi Painted Jezebel
Painted Jezebel commented on by NoamFossi រាជធានីភ្នំពេញ, រាជធានីភ្នំពេញ, Cambodia4 years ago

Cool find, I'm not sure what it is exactly but it appears to have four legs and so is most likely a member of nymphalidae

NoamFossi Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by NoamFossi Irvine, California, USA4 years ago

Rough Stink Bug* sorry, these are not beetles

NoamFossi Camphorweed Chrysomelid Beetle
Camphorweed Chrysomelid Beetle commented on by NoamFossi San Antonio, Texas, USA4 years ago

Not a member of coccinellidae but very close!

NoamFossi Honey Bee
Honey Bee commented on by NoamFossi Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee, USA4 years ago

Sure thing, sorry! I was moving a bunch of files for bug guide and thought that these might be nice to post here as well. I'll keep it in mind!

NoamFossi Assassin Bug
Assassin Bug commented on by NoamFossi Taiping, Perak / ڨيرق, Malaysia4 years ago

bayucca, I didn't know that! Always nice to learn something new

NoamFossi Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by NoamFossi Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia4 years ago

Identity*, I don't know about the specific identity

NoamFossi Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by NoamFossi Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia4 years ago

Definitely a butterfly, not a moth. Looks like a Nymphalid. I don't know about India though

NoamFossi Common Buckeye
Common Buckeye commented on by NoamFossi New Jersey, USA4 years ago

Nymphalidae?

NoamFossi Assassin Bug
Assassin Bug commented on by NoamFossi Taiping, Perak / ڨيرق, Malaysia4 years ago

Be careful, assassin bugs often carry parasites responsible for Chagas disease

NoamFossi Tantalus Monkey
Tantalus Monkey commented on by NoamFossi Minta, Centre, Cameroon6 years ago

Thanks for the help, I'm going to put it down as a Tantalus since I saw it in Cameroon

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