fchristant

fchristant

I am a software engineer, architect and web developer from the Netherlands with a special love for wildlife and photography. I am the founder of JungleDragon.
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    1. Comment on Tribe Augochlorini 15 hrs ago
      Wow, shiny!
    2. Thanks for checking! The app suggests Compsoctena sp. but it seems a poor match.
    3. Thanks for chipping in!
    4. I can, but it would be very unwise ;)
    5. B-b-but...this set has neither.
    6. I'm not done yet, got about 4 more sessions in better locations, so this first set really was the low point. It's only up from here, yet not even close to Colombia levels.

      I would normally not feel bad with poor results at home, because the expectation is low, where I live. In tropical nations I do have higher expectations.

    7. I don't know how to say yes or no to that candidate. Do they have any particular feature you see matching with the photo?

      And thanks for helping along, my moth girls :)
    8. I'm seeing at least a hint of scales, not hairs. I'm with you that it's more likely a moth.
    9. No worries, Lisa, any and all help is welcome. In fact, for the Madagascar set it will be needed more than ever, so don't hold back your thoughts.
    10. I'm hoping moth too lol, checking basic articles to learn about the difference but still failing to find a clear answer. I'd say a moth normally wouldn't have such long antennae?