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kfox Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by kfox San José, Costa Rica6 years ago

Gorgeous pic!

kfox Beetle
Beetle commented on by kfox Beloit, Wisconsin, USA6 years ago

Size?
Habitat?

kfox Birdwing
Birdwing commented on by kfox Beaufort, Sabah, Malaysia6 years ago

Gorgeous!

kfox Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by kfox Singapore6 years ago

This one should be changed to arthropod

kfox Bombycid Moth
Bombycid Moth commented on by kfox West Bengal, India6 years ago

This is why I love Project NOAH. There are so many smart and passionate people on this site!

kfox Bombycid Moth
Bombycid Moth commented on by kfox West Bengal, India6 years ago

This may be in the hawk moth family (Sphingidae). It has a lot of resemblance in morphology to the Army Hawk Moth.

kfox Jackfruit Tree
Jackfruit Tree commented on by kfox Singapore6 years ago

Change your description to say jackfruit not durian. They are different

kfox Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by kfox Singapore6 years ago

The yellow thing is a strand of immature coffee beans. The big brown thing is a stem of an oil palm leaf.

kfox Dust Plant
Dust Plant commented on by kfox Singapore6 years ago

The common name isn't just one that you give to a plant. It is the name that other people in a region will call it, too. The oriental whip snake is the common name for one kind of snake. It has a scientific name, too (that is used to share among scientists and researchers)

kfox Singapore Shrub
Singapore Shrub commented on by kfox Singapore6 years ago

Hmmm.. do you know the actual name here? If not, check off box for "help me ID this"

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