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Guest Heron

lol, I just noticed that I don't actually know the alphabet! went straight to Y there! ooops...

 

bluebottle.

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Flaxen

dragonfly

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Moonhunter

earwig

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Reverend Nick

Horse-fly

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Moonhunter

midge (one for the Scots)

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mystical_moon

Oakslug

 

The spiny oak slug (Euclea delphinii) is a moth in the family Limacodidae. - From wikipedia.org

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Freebird

Queen Bee

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Xalle

Stag Beetle

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fizzyclare1
Chalchiuhtlicue

170959[/snapback]

 

whozat?

 

diana

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hedgerose

wasp

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Guest Etayne

Yellow Jackets! (called wasps in the UK- but wasps in the US are very different!)

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mystical_moon

Zizula cyna - North American butterfly

 

Zizula cyna

 

 

A-Z of films

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