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    Ruby-throated Hummingbird tongue length

    Hello all, I am searching for an information regarding the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird tongue length. Not the entire length but the length of the tongue extending past the beak when the hummingbird is feeding. Can you please share that info with me? I want to write an article on feeders used...
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    Could it be Colias eurytheme?

    Thanks alot Andy :)
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    Could it be Colias eurytheme?

    Thanks alot Andy, For my own knowledge, what caracterize a female? Thanks, Michel
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    Could it be Colias eurytheme?

    Hi I took that picture of this Butterfly at Franconia Notch, White Mountains County, New Hampshire, USA in October 1st. Could it be Colias eurytheme? Thanks for helping :) Michel Qu├ębec, Canada
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    Moth to identify

    Thanks honeym, Finally I got it and you are right for the Family. It is Protoboarmia porcelaria (Porcelain Gray). Thanks for your help... Michel
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    Moth to identify

    Hello all, I really have no idea for this moth found in Quebec,Canada; near Vermont USA at the beginning of July. Can you help to identify Family, Genus and Species? Thanks, Michel Quebec, Canada www.facebook.com/ParcoursNature/
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    Could it be Haploa confusa?

    Hello all, Here is a moth I photogaphied in July in Quebec, Canada (near Vermont, USA). Could it be Haploa confusa? I have difficulties to separate H. confusa from H. lecontei.... Thanks for your help... Michel Quebec, Canada https://www.facebook.com/ParcoursNature/
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    Geometridae to identify

    Hello all, Here is a moth I photographed in June in Quebec, Canada (near Vermont). I think it is a Geometridae. Do you have any idea regarding the Genus and species? Thanks, Michel, Quebec, Canada Naturalist Photographer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ParcoursNature/
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    Could it be Eumenes fraternus?

    Finally, I think it can rather be Eumenes crucifera: https://cjai.biologicalsurvey.ca/bmc_05/key_eumenes.html Any comments?
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    Could it be Eumenes fraternus?

    Hello all, Here are 4 pictures of a Wasp photographed in Quebec, Canada at Mid June. Could it be Eumens fraternus? Thanks for helping :) Michel Quebec, Canada
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    Hemiptera to identify...

    Hello all, Below is a photo of a Hemiptera photographed in Quebec (near Vermont) in September... Would it be possible to identify it? Thanks again for your always appreciated help :) Michel Quebec, Canada
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    Could it be Tipula infuscata?

    Hello all, Here is a Tipulidae photographed at Sherbrooke, Quebec (near Vermont). Could it be as I think Tipula infuscata? Thanks for helping :) Michel
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    Catocala to identifier...

    Thanks for your help honeym... I am hesitating between Catocala neogama and Catocala subnata... :-/ Any comments? Thanks again for your so appreciated help :) Michel
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    Catocala to identifier...

    Hello all, I found that Catocala in Quebec, Canada (near Vermont) September 2nd 2011. Is it possible to identify the Catacola species??? Thanks alot for your appreciated help :) Michel
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    Another moth to identify...

    Thanks alot Martin and aeshna5. You are right Martin! Rivula propinqualis. A Big Thank You :)
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    Another moth to identify...

    Hello all, Here is a little moth I photographed in my garden (Quebec, near Vermont) in August. I think it is within the Eberidae family. Any idea about his genus/species? Thanks again, Michel Quebec, Canada
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    A small fly to identify...

    Hello all, Here is a little fly photographied on a flower in my garden in Quebec (near Vermont USA). Is it possible to identify the species and/or the genus? Thanks for your help :) Michel Quebec, Canada
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    Could it be Pterostichus sp?

    Hello all, Here is a kind of Carabidae I found in my yard last July 17th, 2011 in Quebec, Canada (near Vermont). I am not really good with Coleoptera, so would it be possible to identify the species? Thanks alot in advance, Michel
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    Noctuidae?

    Hello Martin and James, Usually the site bugguide.net take caution before identifying insects and that's why I reference to them as specialists even if they can, of course, do mistake. Someone (A. Hendrickson) of this site identified my moth as Ursula as you can see here...
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