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ThomazEduardoGirotto

ThomazEduardoGirotto

I'm a student who loves Nature. My objective is to learn and to show about it, doing more people to respect and admire this wonderful world.

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ThomazEduardoGirotto Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ThomazEduardoGirotto Juquitiba, São Paulo, Brazil8 years ago

Thanks, but I actually made a mistake with my vocabulary. I didn't knew that we could call a warty frog as 'toad', I thought we could use 'frog' for all Anura. Here in Brazil, we use 'sapo' for species who are usually related to land-living, 'rã' to water-living and 'perereca' to tree-living.

So, I knew it was a 'sapo', but thanks for adding me an important word to my English! I will correct my description. ;]

ThomazEduardoGirotto Hag moth
Hag moth commented on by ThomazEduardoGirotto São Paulo, Brazil9 years ago

FOUND IT! It's Phobetron hipparchia!

Thank you, ForestDragon!

ThomazEduardoGirotto Giant Leopard Moth
Giant Leopard Moth commented on by ThomazEduardoGirotto São Paulo, Brazil9 years ago

I'm a little disappointed, but at the same time grateful for this new knowledge. You're totally correct. Thanks!

ThomazEduardoGirotto Hag moth
Hag moth commented on by ThomazEduardoGirotto São Paulo, Brazil9 years ago

Yeah! When I saw them, at first, I thought it was bird poop! There are some birds here, as sanhaçu (Tangara sayaca) who eats lots of fruits and their poop are like these moths!

ThomazEduardoGirotto Mountain Goat
Mountain Goat commented on by ThomazEduardoGirotto Montana, USA9 years ago

Great register!

ThomazEduardoGirotto Betta
Betta commented on by ThomazEduardoGirotto São Paulo, Brazil9 years ago

Yep! I prefer to keep my bettas in aquariums larger than 5L! And about the plants, everytime I tried I failed to keep the plant alive haha So I put some artificial plants, woods... I have here a broken bottle too! My current betta Villa loves to sleep in his bottle! hahaha

ThomazEduardoGirotto Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ThomazEduardoGirotto São Vicente, Brazil9 years ago

Hey! I'm really interested in Project Noah, I'm studying Biology and I love to find and learn more about all the nature.
Thanks for the photo, I found this crab in a little beach at São Vicente, brazilian litoral. Hope to know what specie is it!

I have a blog where I talk about animals, nature and some travels... It's in portuguese, but it's possible to translate it. Hope you like!
www.urbanimals.blogspot.com
Projet Noah is a powerful add to my knowledge, so, for my blog too. Thanks again, see you!

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