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SharonW446

SharonW446

Love animals. Began gardening in my 40s and taking photos of what was in the garden. I am in awe of the photographers on Project Noah - WOW!

Tampa, Florida, USA

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SharonW446 Metalmark Moth
Metalmark Moth commented on by SharonW446 Panama9 years ago

Mayra, you took the words out of my mouth :) Beautiful colors!

SharonW446 Grape Plume Moth
Grape Plume Moth commented on by SharonW446 Springfield, Michigan, USA9 years ago

Thanks, Mayra :)

jgorneau, I think you may have hit the right genus!

SharonW446 Fruit Fly
Fruit Fly commented on by SharonW446 Avaré, São Paulo, Brazil9 years ago

Beautiful wing markings!

SharonW446 Ailanthus Webworm Moth
Ailanthus Webworm Moth commented on by SharonW446 Springfield, Michigan, USA9 years ago

Thank you, David!

SharonW446 Leopard Moth
Leopard Moth commented on by SharonW446 Pereira, Quindío, Colombia9 years ago

A beautiful moth. Great spotting

SharonW446 Short-tailed Ichneumon Wasp
Short-tailed Ichneumon Wasp commented on by SharonW446 Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia9 years ago

Don't worry, they don't sting. What looks like a stinger on the female is an Ovipositor.

SharonW446 Mosaic Plant
Mosaic Plant commented on by SharonW446 Maharashtra, India9 years ago

Lovely photo and a beautiful plant :)

SharonW446 Blue Winged Kookaburra ( Male )
Blue Winged Kookaburra ( Male ) commented on by SharonW446 4871, Queensland, Australia9 years ago

What a beautiful bird and a fantastic photo :)

SharonW446 Jumping spider (female)
Jumping spider (female) commented on by SharonW446 Portugal9 years ago

Thanks Karen. I did think that the palps were enlarged but now I can see what you mean about them being just hairy.

SharonW446 Jumping spider (female)
Jumping spider (female) commented on by SharonW446 Portugal9 years ago

A male Jumping Spider but I don't know what genus or species.

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