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    1. Comment on Aye-aye 3 months ago
      Need more of this one?
    2. My guide insists on Euxanthe crossleyi: Euxanthe crossleyi has yellowish/creamy colour while the other has got blue partnering and does not have the more sharply pointed wings of Tirumala petiverana.
      Euxanthe crossleyi has more rounded wings
    3. Wow, how lucky You are!
    4. Comment on Fish-hunting Bat at Drake Bay 2 years ago
      Probably noctilio albiventris, the smaller one of the bulldog-bats
    5. Comment on Rufous squirrel at Fortuna 2 years ago
      yes, indeed
    6. Comment on Life where you do not expect it 2 years ago
      Pouh, actually they look very similar, I don't know
    7. Comment on Yellowthroat birds: sisters in arms 2 years ago
      Should be Grey-headed Tanager (Eucometis penicillata), malting or immature due to "spoiled" yellow at breast and belly
    8. Comment on Birds of shadow 2 years ago
      Lokks like White-throated magpie-jay, Calocitta formosa
    9. Comment on seagull 2 years ago
      Should be Great Black-backed Gull, summer between 2nd and 3rd winter plumage, photo taken at may
    10. Comment on Life where you do not expect it 2 years ago
      Could be either
      African longfin eel (Anguilla mossambica) <150 cm
      or
      Madagascar mottled eel (Anguilla marmorata) <70 cm
      https://environment.yale.edu/tri/uploads/1_RachelKramer2012.pdf
      http://www.fishbase.de/summary/Anguilla-mossambica.html