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luke Pisaster ochraceus (Sea star!)
Pisaster ochraceus (Sea star!) commented on by luke Forks, Washington, USA6 years ago

i believe it's not caused by Fukushima. i think it's some sort of climate change or natural phenomenon.

luke Membracis Treehopper - Pós-Ecdise
Membracis Treehopper - Pós-Ecdise commented on by luke Cariacica, ES, Brazil6 years ago

beautiful :)

luke Green Ant
Green Ant commented on by luke Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines6 years ago

hello shekainah d. alaban, i hope so but we have so many weaver ants here over the mango trees but this kind of ant is different. it is much bigger than the weaver ants. weaver ants has translucent abdomen but this one isn't and they don't mingle with weaver ants. you can see them in pair under the leaves or palm leaves with very few eggs protecting it together with its mate :)

luke Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by luke Rizal, Philippines6 years ago

Thank you ChiefRedEarth! that was very informative. i might need it as a pesticide for chicken mites! lol. if this seed grows, i'd name it Shiva! :)) hehe

luke Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by luke Rizal, Philippines6 years ago

Thank you ChiefRedEarth! i think that's right. i haven't seen an actual plant or tree of it so i'm going to plant this seed to learn from it :)

luke Stink Bug
Stink Bug commented on by luke Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines6 years ago

Thanks ashutosh.dudhatra.

luke Stink Bug
Stink Bug commented on by luke Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines6 years ago

Thank you Paul Davis.

luke Brahminy blind snake
Brahminy blind snake commented on by luke Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines6 years ago

Thanks! yes it is indeed a wonderful tiny snake. :)

luke Large house spider
Large house spider commented on by luke Rizal, Philippines6 years ago

I agree Paul. Thanks for a suggestion. i thought it has no venom. It was a little scary handling this type of species lol.

luke Paper Wasp
Paper Wasp commented on by luke Safety Harbor, Florida, USA8 years ago

yes I agree, it looks more wasp or hornet. but be careful when encountering them.