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dandoucette

dandoucette

Seasonal Horticulturist since 1998. Each winter I backpack through the tropics and sometimes beyond, searching for rare flora and fauna.

Niagara Falls, Canada

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dandoucette Spotting
Spotting commented on by dandoucette Nashville, Tennessee, United Statesa day ago

Not sure if it's a species of Rose, probably some sort of cultivar or hybrid.

dandoucette Glass frog
Glass frog commented on by dandoucette Provincia de Alajuela, Costa Rica2 days ago

Wow great spotting Ismael, the glass frogs are so cool! Looks like you saw it during the daytime too and in an urban area, thats crazy!

dandoucette European Comma
European Comma commented on by dandoucette Przedmieście Czudeckie, Podkarpackie, Polanda week ago

Another spring beauty! This looks just like our North American Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma) but that species doesn't appear to be in Europe. I don't have any reference books for European Lepidoptera so I'm not sure which species it is.

dandoucette Mourning Cloak
Mourning Cloak commented on by dandoucette Przedmieście Czudeckie, Podkarpackie, Polanda week ago

Nice spotting! This is usually the first butterfly I see of the season. I didn't know it was also native to Europe.

dandoucette Javan cucumber
Javan cucumber commented on by dandoucette Sabah, Malaysia2 weeks ago

Thanks craig for the proper ID! Not sure how you came to this old spotting but I appreciate it. I was way off on the ID but it was just a guess.

dandoucette Robin
Robin commented on by dandoucette Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada2 weeks ago

Just one more thing, thanks for filling in all the fields and entering the scientific name, however when writing the name, the genera -Turdus - is always capitalized (as you've done), however the first letter of the species - migratorius - is never capitalized, it's always a small letter. It's kinda weird I know, but that's the way science does it.

dandoucette Robin
Robin commented on by dandoucette Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada2 weeks ago

Hey zachary, nice spotting and welcome to Project Noah! Nice to see another spotter from Canada.

dandoucette Spotting
Spotting commented on by dandoucette Peru3 weeks ago

Great spotting! These little guys are so cool! This is a Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillar, possibly a species of Acharia in the family Limacodidae.

dandoucette Bush Stone-curlew
Bush Stone-curlew commented on by dandoucette Murarrie, Queensland, Australiaa month ago

What a neat experience! Congrats Neil!

dandoucette Green and Black Poison Dart Frog
Green and Black Poison Dart Frog commented on by dandoucette Heredia, Costa Ricaa month ago

Thanks Muckpuk, Tukup, Mark, Leuba and DrNamgyalTSherpa for your recent comments. @Mark, it does look like that in photo #2 doesn't it haha!

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