Ferdy Christant

Ferdy Christant

Award-losing amateur wildlife photographer and founder of JungleDragon.
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    1. Congrats!
    2. Comment on Xerocomellus truncatus 14 hrs ago
      Not creepy at all, just saying.
    3. Comment on Enicopus ater (Fabricius, 1787) 15 hrs ago
      I've heard several times that beetles are the most numerous species on the planet. However, a recent article suggested that when you include tiny wasps that are now little studied, they may be even more numerous.

      Regardless, we're not even at 1% of them, so yes, a way to go :)
    4. Amazing. I kind of like the irregularly shaped, "freak" fungi.
    5. Lots. You're just really good at asking question that I do know :)
    6. Odd species, very interesting!
    7. How would one be exposed to this toxin? Only by eating it or also by touch?
    8. Comment on Common kestrel - Falco tinnunculus yesterday
      Up close and personal, nice!
    9. Comment on Enicopus ater (Fabricius, 1787) yesterday
      Incredible how you keep finding new beetles consistently, amazing portfolio.
    10. Comment on Lilioceris lilii (Scopoli, 1763) yesterday
      Monsieur....geotag please.