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RP  Mainali

RP Mainali

Studying M.Sc. Ag majoring Entomology at TU, Nepal. I have interest on insect photography especially of beetles, moths and butterfly.

Chitwan, Nepal

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RP  Mainali Chaffer Beetle
Chaffer Beetle commented on by RP Mainali Gorkha, Nepal9 years ago

okey Ramdal Lee, if the population of that beetle is more, the larvae called what grub may cause epidemic, but u may not know how plants are destroing, be careful ha ha

RP  Mainali Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by RP Mainali Melbourne, Florida, USA9 years ago

seems to be member of arctiidae family

RP  Mainali Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by RP Mainali Melbourne, Florida, USA9 years ago

seems to be member of arctiidae family

RP  Mainali Black Veined Tiger
Black Veined Tiger commented on by RP Mainali Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand9 years ago

That is plain tiger falls on Danidae family. The many white spot on thorax region indicates, it falls on danidae family.
Thank You

RP  Mainali Short horned grasshopper
Short horned grasshopper commented on by RP Mainali Gorkha, Nepal9 years ago

Thank you

RP  Mainali Carpenter Bee
Carpenter Bee commented on by RP Mainali Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand9 years ago

dear Trani,
i want to know what about bombidae

RP  Mainali Carpenter Bee
Carpenter Bee commented on by RP Mainali Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand9 years ago

I think it is Xylocopa aestuans , some taxonomist placed it in apidae, but some on bombidae, so i get confused. so i need exact solution from taxonomist. In Nepal, it acts as good polllinator on many vegetable and found significantly during rainny season

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