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Tania17

Tania17

Βiologist and visual artist, passionate observer and photographer.

Athens, Attica, Greece

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Tania17 Eastern Dappled White
Eastern Dappled White commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece3 weeks ago

Thank you Tukup and Neil and Michael and Despina! Thanks a lot for your nice words.

Tania17 Eastern Dappled White
Eastern Dappled White commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece3 weeks ago

Thanks a lot Brian!

Tania17 Eastern Dappled White
Eastern Dappled White commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece3 weeks ago

Many thanks Mark!

Tania17 Eastern Dappled White
Eastern Dappled White commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece3 weeks ago

Thank you Daniele and PN for the SOTD!

Nature here in the temperate south has already begun to wake up, despite the heavy winter we had this year. I look forward to interesting spottings!

Tania17 Eastern Dappled White
Eastern Dappled White commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece4 weeks ago

I added a photo of Pontia edusa to show the similarities and differences between the two species.

Tania17 Eastern Dappled White
Eastern Dappled White commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece4 weeks ago

Thank you Sergio!

Tania17 Eastern Dappled White
Eastern Dappled White commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece4 weeks ago

Thanks Brian. You' re right to mention Euchloe ausonides and I've just corrected the species name.

Tania17 Horseshoe Bee-orchid
Horseshoe Bee-orchid commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greecea month ago

Thank you Mark!

Tania17 Edom iris
Edom iris commented on by Tania17 الطفيلة, Jordan2 months ago

Wow! Wonderful!

Tania17 Crocus
Crocus commented on by Tania17 Αττική, Greece3 months ago

You are welcome Brian!
On page 353 of the pdf you can find out how the word for the plant 'Crocus' was written in Linear B!