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Botanical information readily accepted,
I've still got to find out what the "green moth" is really called, and the butterfly is a moth as well for all I know.











Something that looks like a 3 inch long housefly.
Something that looks like a 3 inch long housefly.








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Yellow Fly sitting on a Fence post.
It's a yellow fly, is that normal? Sitting on fence post.








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Picture of a Mosquito
A large mozzie that failed the Darwin test.








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Picture of a Catepillar
ok..so I played a little.








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A bee on a daisy
Pollen covered bee in a daisy at Tower Hill








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Lacewing Moth
A Lacewing.








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A Katydid
A Katydid..and no, we don't know what Katy did either.
Whatever she did, there's a fair few of these around my garden.








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A green moth
a green moth.
Via Andrea Dennet who gets it from Marilyn Hewish, my green moth is a "common Gum Emerald Prasinocyma Semicrocea", (family Geometridae, subfamily Geometrinae).








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A Dragonfly
A dragonfly, It's sitting on the Ford Performance Racing merch truck which is where all the blue comes from.








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Huntsman spider
Right, it's creepy.. but anyway, Here is a Huntsman found at Ceres,
NOTE: it isn't green, but it's kept the theme going by hanging out on a nice green background.








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A fairly common butterfly
A butterfly on a branch, back at Tower Hill again.








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