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mdwildlife Easter marina Checkerspot
Easter marina Checkerspot commented on by mdwildlife San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico6 years ago

What strong colors! this is an awesome spotting!

mdwildlife Big Bluet
Big Bluet commented on by mdwildlife Maryland, USA7 years ago

thanks for the suggestion - I was unaware of the dragonflies of US mission

mdwildlife Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by mdwildlife New Hampshire, USA7 years ago

Yes, sorry that was the only angle I could get before it flew away

mdwildlife Paper Kite Butterfly
Paper Kite Butterfly commented on by mdwildlife Perlis, Malaysia7 years ago

Beautiful spotting

mdwildlife American Robin (juvenile)
American Robin (juvenile) commented on by mdwildlife New Hampshire, USA7 years ago

thank you TracyL. I updated the spotting

mdwildlife Pearl-bordered Fritillary
Pearl-bordered Fritillary commented on by mdwildlife Rougemont, Vaud, Switzerland7 years ago

Fantastic shot! Great positioning. Great coloring and detail! Congrats

mdwildlife Squash Vine Borer Moth
Squash Vine Borer Moth commented on by mdwildlife Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

Thank you Keith and Ryan - I agree you totally nailed it. I wasn't even thinking moth. Thanks for the help.

mdwildlife Red-backed Jumping Spider
Red-backed Jumping Spider commented on by mdwildlife Delaware, USA7 years ago

thanks for the great comments and species suggestion. I knew the one I found had to have an east coast cousin!

mdwildlife Diamondback Terrapin
Diamondback Terrapin commented on by mdwildlife Delaware, USA7 years ago

cool, thank you. I ran across that species in my search and I didn't feel like the facial features match, but I'm sure you're right

mdwildlife Zygaena ephialtes
Zygaena ephialtes commented on by mdwildlife Περιφέρεια Ηπείρου, Greece7 years ago

stateside - looks very similar to this Oleander moth - so I would maybe work from that genus or family to see what is native to Greece