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Vin Zael Bug
Bug commented on by Vin Zael Belize7 years ago

Thanks a lot for the info ... gets me all hyped up to know some hinted directions to 'guess what this bug is'. I appreciate your comment and will give it a try and see how close I get to identifying what this lil critter is. Como to think a dozen other insects were buzzing around me as I sat patiently to photograph a butterfly and this one caught my attention as it is something 'new' for me. As I sat to a closer pay attention to all what buzzing around I kept saying -- bee! wasp! bug! buterfly! ant! Aphid! and that was it ... still not knowing there true identity! jeje. :)

But was fun just watching

Vin Zael Bug
Bug commented on by Vin Zael Belize7 years ago

a nymph? I am clueless about these critters and what family it would belong too. And even though I would like to identify what is is exactly, I dont know the procedure or information to identify bugs to the species. not my forté.

Vin Zael Furrowed-Wood Turtle
Furrowed-Wood Turtle commented on by Vin Zael Belize8 years ago

thanks!

Vin Zael Piper?
Piper? commented on by Vin Zael Lat: 12.19 Lon: -68.298 years ago

Pectoral Sandpiper? Still have not made the name change.

Vin Zael Spider Lilly
Spider Lilly commented on by Vin Zael Belmopan, Belize8 years ago

look at you here now on PN! good denvy!

Vin Zael Northern Cardinal
Northern Cardinal commented on by Vin Zael Burlington, Ontario, Canada8 years ago

nice bird! they make it into Belize too!

Vin Zael Piper?
Piper? commented on by Vin Zael Lat: 12.19 Lon: -68.298 years ago

tnx Simon, I had just taken a bird guide and came across the Pectoral Sandpiper. but was still unsure, does it look like the right size? i spent a good time observing the bird, but now the bird seems small to me. I agree with the suggestion.

Vin Zael Laughing Gull
Laughing Gull commented on by Vin Zael Lat: 12.19 Lon: -68.298 years ago

tnx :)

Vin Zael Whip-tailed Lizard
Whip-tailed Lizard commented on by Vin Zael Lat: 12.29 Lon: -68.398 years ago

thanks guys, I think i found the right ID

Vin Zael Prikichi
Prikichi commented on by Vin Zael Lat: 12.18 Lon: -68.299 years ago

thanks!

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