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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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Spotting commented on by dandoucette New York, United States17 hours ago

What a beauty! I see arne.roysland has given you the proper ID, it would be great if you could update the spotting with the new correct info so its not in the database as an unknown species. Thanks!

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Spotting commented on by dandoucette New York, United States17 hours ago

It is a beautiful species and I have yet to see one here in southern Ontario but that's a good thing. This species is native to Asia and is an invasive species in North America. You should really terminate any you see.

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Common spadefoot commented on by dandoucette Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary3 days ago

That is one plump toad!

dandoucette Huntsman spider
Huntsman spider commented on by dandoucette Galle, Southern Province, Sri Lankaa month ago

Thanks for the recent comments TK and syzygy and those I missed years ago.

dandoucette Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by dandoucette Lat: 46.98 Lon: -122.924 months ago

Welcome to Noah Eric! This is a fantastic first spotting and one of my favourite moths. It's a Polyphemus moth.

dandoucette Banded Bullfrog
Banded Bullfrog commented on by dandoucette Lat: 22.39 Lon: 113.985 months ago

Chunky little guy! Nice spotting.

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Moth commented on by dandoucette Cebu, Philippines5 months ago

Hey Jolina, Welcome to Project Noah. This is a great spotting! I just wanted to help you make this spotting more complete, but you've done a good job so far. In the name you've just put 'Moth' but you should put the full Common name and Scientific name since you know this is the tropical swallowtail moth. In the description you can add the size of the moth, where you found it or any other details. Hope this helps.

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Spotting commented on by dandoucette Lat: 39.09 Lon: -84.515 months ago

It's a type of Pansy or Viola, probably came from seed from last year.

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Spotting commented on by dandoucette Mogielnica, województwo podkarpackie, Poland5 months ago

Nice! Looks like some sort of Azalea.

dandoucette Spotting
Spotting commented on by dandoucette Lat: 24.57 Lon: 72.765 months ago

Wow, that is weird! Never seen anything quite like that. It's a vague ID but its a start, probably in the Reduviidae family.

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