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abagillon67 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by abagillon67 Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines5 years ago

Pretty, did you see the red we saw last?

abagillon67 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by abagillon67 Palawan, Philippines5 years ago

OMG what is that on its behind!

abagillon67 Chain swordtail
Chain swordtail commented on by abagillon67 Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines5 years ago

I wish we saw this!

abagillon67 Dark wanderer
Dark wanderer commented on by abagillon67 Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines5 years ago

We saw a few there, but we were not lucky to photograph them. sayang!

abagillon67 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by abagillon67 Palawan, Philippines5 years ago

I love the quality of the photo, clear details.

abagillon67 Banana-stalk Fly
Banana-stalk Fly commented on by abagillon67 Laguna, Philippines9 years ago

Hi Agnes, i searched your name because i admired your photos, thought you're from UPLB. I saw where you're working, i have to say the former Country Director there and partner (BGL) is a very close friend.

abagillon67 Heteroneda billardieri
Heteroneda billardieri commented on by abagillon67 Batangas, Philippines9 years ago

The correct ID for this is Heteroneda billardieri Crotch, i got this from a true entomologist working on this coccinellid, as I am not one.

abagillon67 Butterfly Pea
Butterfly Pea commented on by abagillon67 Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines9 years ago

Hi, i thought what is called the butterfly pea is the Clitoria ternatea. Am glad i was here, now i will not call C pubescens as that although i think it is more fit.

abagillon67 Flatid Planthopper (Nymph)
Flatid Planthopper (Nymph) commented on by abagillon67 Laguna, Philippines9 years ago

Is this the same as your photo without the fluffy materials? http://pureoxygengenerators.blogspot.com...

abagillon67 Banana-stalk Fly
Banana-stalk Fly commented on by abagillon67 Laguna, Philippines9 years ago

I always see this in citrus tree barks with the oozing sap caused by other pathogens. I thought it is one of those which lay eggs on the sap.

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