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Agronomist, aid worker, in love with African wildlife and African bird-life in particular .
Ferney Voltaire, FranceLat: 46.26, Long: 6.11
Moth Week 2019
Nat Geo Wildlife Explorer
Thanks a lot, Mauron. Hvala najljepsa Ahmete - sad kad je znam, mogu i da probam!
You're welcome Tania; yes they are numerous when they leave ponds and head for forests... just, as I said - am not totally sure about the ID; your pics reminded me of that spotting...
Not 100% sure, but looks like baby European Toad... check here https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/47...
Wow... lovely find.
Wow. This is a great spotting, thanks for sharing DrNamgyal
Thanks Brian, appreciate the help.
I vote for Xylocopa, probably X. violacea
Thanks Brian - I believe it's a prey inside; but could not approach closer than this; and have no idea what spider (if it's a spider...) made some of these...
Wow. Gorgeous. Fenomenalno!