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Hi Folks, Can anyone identify the bug in the photos. It is found two months a year at my home in San Diego Ca. either May/June or June/July or July/August,
Jean Spafford
Apr 17
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Re: Please help identify this butterfly/moth

Hi, It looks like a really beat up and wet comet moth Argema mittrei to me which are native to Madagascar. Cheers, Will Sent from my iPhone
Will Bernstein
Apr 17
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Please help identify this butterfly/moth

I took a photo of this butterfly/moth in a butterfly house in the Ecuador rainforest a few years ago. I would like to submit the photo into a nature
denise844944
Apr 16
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please help identify this caterpillar

Can anyone identify this (see attached). Is it poisonous? Thanks. Mike
Gus
Apr 11
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Native Australian bee

Do you know the specific species? I have lots of these around my basil flowers when it's sunny outside.
nicolasconnault
Apr 6
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Re: Bug ID

Agreed:  Xylocopa sp. of some sort. On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12:56 PM, "Matt Smith matsmith60@... [bugclub]" wrote:  
Patrick 'Sarge' Murray
Apr 1
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Re: Bug ID

Male Carpenter Bee. From: "Bill Klipp billklipp@... [bugclub]" To: "bugclub@yahoogroups.com" Sent:
Matt Smith
Apr 1
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Bug ID

I need help identifying a flying bug I came across this march in Havana Cuba. It was hovering for a long time near a potted plant on a rooftop.
Bill Klipp
Apr 1
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Fly with red thorax

Photographed this week in San Jose, CA. The fly is resting on a California Lilac bush. Any idea what it is? Bill
wtstacy
Mar 29
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Identification Help Please

Hi, I'm new to this forum, so please forgive me if I'm not providing enough information. But I need some help identifying a bug I found today (please see
Ryoma Sakamoto
Mar 28
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Re: Help!!

Hi Mary, The caterpillar in the picture resembles that of the Common Crow butterfly ( Euploea core). This butterfly is common in India and Australia. This
    Vidhya Swaminathan
    Mar 16
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    Re: Help!!

    Hi David,thanks for your reply....I live near Gympie on the Fraser Coast,in Qld ,Australia.....kind regards Mary. ... From: David Howdon
    maryvanberendonck
    Mar 15
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    Re: Help!!

    What is the location? ... -- David Howdon (http://freespace.virgin.net/david.howdon/)
    David Howdon
    Mar 15
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    Re: Thought these were snails - but they're walking [2 Attachments]

    Indeed it is, you certainly pointed me in the right direction and I managed to find this page http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES/pn7408.html
    jarnaker
    Mar 15
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    Help!!

    Hi there...i have an unusual type of caterpillar sucking the leaves of my Ficus tree..could anyone identifie it please? Thank you...Mary
      maryvanberendonck
      Mar 15
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