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PutkovAlexander Green Stink Bug
Green Stink Bug commented on by PutkovAlexander Київ, Ukraine9 years ago


PutkovAlexander Green stink bug
Green stink bug commented on by PutkovAlexander Heredia, Heredia, Costa Rica9 years ago

I think Karen is right

PutkovAlexander Fall Webworm Moth - Hodges#8140
Fall Webworm Moth - Hodges#8140 commented on by PutkovAlexander Broussard, Louisiana, USA9 years ago

Albino moth?

PutkovAlexander sawfly bee-orchid
sawfly bee-orchid commented on by PutkovAlexander PUG, Italy9 years ago

You have to add your orchids to mimetic animals of the world mission . Great collection .

PutkovAlexander Chilean Flamingo
Chilean Flamingo commented on by PutkovAlexander 5000, South Australia, Australia9 years ago

Looks like Flamingo to me. Nice shot.

PutkovAlexander American Bison
American Bison commented on by PutkovAlexander Colorado, USA9 years ago

Great shot!

PutkovAlexander Enoki
Enoki commented on by PutkovAlexander Kaunas, Kauno apskritis, Lithuania9 years ago

Thank you for the important info

PutkovAlexander Deconica coprophila
Deconica coprophila commented on by PutkovAlexander Victoria, Australia9 years ago

Deconica coprophila, commonly known as the dung-loving Psilocybe, is a species of mushroom in the Strophariaceae family. First described as Agaricus coprophilus by Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard in 1793, it was transferred to the genus Psilocybe by Paul Kummer in 1871. In the late 2000s, several molecular studies showed that the Psilocybe was polyphyletic, and the non-bluing (non-hallucinogenic) species were transferred to Deconica.

PutkovAlexander Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PutkovAlexander High Peak, England, United Kingdom9 years ago

Please remove from the Enteogens Mission or provide source that proof that claim.

PutkovAlexander Psilocybe subaeruginosa
Psilocybe subaeruginosa commented on by PutkovAlexander Victoria, Australia9 years ago

Psilocybe subaeruginosa Cleland is an extremely potent psychedelic mushroom of Australasia, which has psilocybin and psilocin as its main active compounds.

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