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Unknown moth38 viewsCan Anyone ID this one for me?03/06/11 at 15:20Railwayman: I Think It's a Lampkes gold spot??
Unknown Caterpillar51 viewsCaterpillar found on patio. Head is to the left. Length about 50mm.09/10/10 at 11:17Kevin and Seri: Elephant Hawk Moth
Butterfly27 viewsI'm ashamed to say i don't know what this beautiful butterfly is..
Taken at a butterfly centre on one of my first trips out with my new camera
01/19/10 at 22:49vespa: Hi, it's a Vanessa itea - Australian or Yello...
Wryneck81 viewsCaught during a ringing session at Lands End, Cornwall01/18/10 at 20:37lsouthern: i always wanted to see one of these guys close up,...
lempke's gold spot39 views09/08/09 at 20:53vespa: Hi, the marking seem more like Gold Spot than Lemp...
Friendly vixen68 viewsOn a minor road in Argyll, this vixen approaches cars in the hope of being fed with crisps.08/04/09 at 11:40Carl: I love how the black bleds in with the orange and ...
Grey Squirrel - Sciurus carolinensis189 viewsYoung grey squirrel whoc couldn't decide whether to climb up the tree or go down to the ground to get away from me. By Wild Canon08/03/09 at 18:22Carl: They always rmeind me of mission impossible when t...
Foxcubs76 viewsTaken in the New Forest. Canon 40d,Sigma 120-300 using 3 flashguns (canon 430x mounted on pole via connecting cord and 2 vivtar 283s on slave cells).08/03/09 at 18:21Carl: Cub on the left:"yo tom who`s that other ther...
Portrait of a fox111 viewsOne of a series of the most regualr of our local foxes.08/03/09 at 18:20Carl: "wait here`s my good side" cute ...
Injured Bee195 viewsThis bee had been probably attacked and the contents of its thorax removed. I contacted a couple of bee experts and the concensus was that a great tit was the most likely culprit. By Wild Canon08/03/09 at 17:21Carl: **** me that`s crazy.Ain`t that many thigns that m...
female adder91 viewsfemale adder basking in spring sunshine08/03/09 at 17:04Carl: What a little beauty, the colouration and the patt...
Unknown Fungi27 viewsLennox Forest, Lennoxtown, Scotland
Sony Alpha 100
18-70 lens
08/03/09 at 16:50Carl: Think this is the hoof fungus but at an early stag...
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