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PeterA wrote:
Yesterday
I just found I had a specimen after all and the collar is full, so it is Hylaeus amiculinus.

Unidentified
PeterA wrote:
Yesterday
Thanks Michael. H.chlorosoma and H. littleri males seem to be quite similar, but I can see the difference in the abdominal pattern, so I agree m...

Unidentified
Yesterday
I agree that it is probably either Hylaeus amiculiformis or Hylaeus amiculinus. If the collar is uniformly yellow, without a break in the middle,...

Unidentified
michaelbMultiple Significant Sightings - michaelb has made multiple, recognised, significant sightings and is a true NatureMapr!Ultra Reporter - michaelb has reported over 500 sightings!Founding Explorer - michaelb joined us in 2014! wrote:
23 Apr 2017
Someone else might have removed them.

Noctuid moth Apina callisto (Pasture Day Moth)
PeterA wrote:
23 Apr 2017
Bit of a guess - only one image.

Unidentified
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