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eelhsamarie Yellow Flag Iris
Yellow Flag Iris commented on by eelhsamarie Guelph, Ontario, Canada8 years ago

This is apparently an invasive species in North America. It is native to Europe, western Asia and northwest Africa.

eelhsamarie chinese x Graylag goose Hybrids.
chinese x Graylag goose Hybrids. commented on by eelhsamarie Concord, California, USA10 years ago

These look like various breeds of domestic geese and ducks. I'm not 100% sure, however, the ducks look like Rouen drakes and the geese look like Pilgrims and maybe Toulouse, but they could easily be mixed breeds.

eelhsamarie Eastern red cedar
Eastern red cedar commented on by eelhsamarie Mississippi, USA10 years ago

I agree with Wildsweld.

eelhsamarie Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by eelhsamarie Portage, Michigan, USA10 years ago

I agree with Carole :)

eelhsamarie Luna Moth (caterpillar)
Luna Moth (caterpillar) commented on by eelhsamarie North Carolina, USA10 years ago

Luna Moth caterpillars turn this brownish/golden colour and become less active in the 5th (and final) instar.

eelhsamarie Blue and white Swallow
Blue and white Swallow commented on by eelhsamarie Risaralda, Colombia10 years ago

I agree with Sckel. Although Tree Swallows are very similar in appearance, the Blue and White Swallow is more common in South America.

eelhsamarie Blue and White Swallow
Blue and White Swallow commented on by eelhsamarie Caçapava, SP, Brazil10 years ago

This looks like a Tree Swallow, but it seems that they don't migrate far enough south to be in Brazil. I would definitely say this is a type of Swallow however.

eelhsamarie Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by eelhsamarie New York, USA10 years ago

This looks like a type of Sawfly Larva. I'm not sure which specific kind though.

eelhsamarie Fingered Dagger Moth Caterpillar
Fingered Dagger Moth Caterpillar commented on by eelhsamarie Pennsylvania, USA10 years ago

Yes, I believe it's a good thing. I have registered too. Sometimes certain species and areas are under-represented. I had recorded a sighting for the Wood Nymph that apparently had not had a registered and confirmed sighting since 1985. It all depends on people getting online to help keep track of which species are seen where. I'm glad you took the time to participate. :)

eelhsamarie Leucanthemum alpinum
Leucanthemum alpinum commented on by eelhsamarie Paris, Île-de-France, Tromelin Island10 years ago

This suggestion is for your first photo. The additional 2 photos are of a different sighting. You should separate them into their own individual sightings.

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