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Tom Finck replied to Tony's discussion Bombylius major in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
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"interesting i have columbines must check it out thanks"
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Tom Finck replied to Tom Finck's discussion light and raindrops work together to create a Rainbow in the group Astronomy for Nature Lovers
"Moncton April Rainbow light and raindrops  work together to create a rainbow,,, Rainbows are more then half circle, they are really whole circles you never see a  circle rainbow from earth surface because your horizon gets in the way"
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Tom Finck replied to Tom Finck's discussion Poss Pellenia sp Fly 1:39 pm April 12,2018 in the group The "Everything Else" Group
"Thank you Danny,, much,,, the season of flies has begun"
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Danny O'Shea replied to Tom Finck's discussion Hosrse Fly maybe 1:39 pm April 12,2018 in the group The "Everything Else" Group
"Hi Tom, many of the large flies seen this early in the year tend to be cluster flies, (this is poss. Pollenia sp.).  They might spend the winter under the siding of your house and when warmed by the spring sun they can emerge; even if it seems…"
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At 10:17pm on June 14, 2014, Brenda Scribner said…

Thank you, I am going to have lots of fun.

At 11:42am on September 13, 2013, Gerald Pelkey said…

Tks.  Admittedly was trying to track down Jim Edsall but did take the time to cruise the site and it is a pleasant site.  Plan to let my daughter know.  Jim is also on a butterfly site and it is amazing.  Again, daughter and I enjoy butterflies.

At 7:57pm on April 20, 2012, Joanne Savage said…

Thank you, Tom for the term describing those interested in insects; I was being a bit "playful". Please keep your info coming. I learn so much from this site!!! I do "dabble" in a bit of everything Nature related.

At 8:16pm on March 19, 2012, JP(Mark) Lamontagne said…

Thanks Tom Name is Mark!

At 9:35pm on March 18, 2012, wayne corcoran said…

hi tom would like to add you if you like?

At 8:03pm on February 3, 2012, Laura Hare said…

Yes Tom,Irishtown park is a favorite spot for my husband and I.We go walking there often year round.I have never seen fish there but I imagine someone released their pets there and they have been having little ones.A shame people don't do the right thing and just dump them and make a problem down the road.

At 8:13pm on December 9, 2011, Fran Harris said…
Thanks Tom
At 9:18pm on September 8, 2011, Denis A. Doucet said…
Tom, if you go to www.bugguide.net and type "Orange-spotted Lady Beetle" in the search box on the upper right, you will get photos of this species from all over North America, including my humble little shot from New Brunswick. But, the folks from Pennsylvania don't seem to have add theirs there yet.
At 7:28pm on September 7, 2011, Denis A. Doucet said…

OK. Now I get it. Thank you for the clarification. The species you mention (Exochomus quadripustulatus or 4-pustulatus), is a European species that has been introduced repeatedly to North America, but has never persisted in the east anywhere north of Massachusetts to my knowledge. Moreover, it is now known as Brumus quadripustulatus and there are no records of it anywhere in Eastern Canada (as far as I know). There are pics of this species in North America here (click on the Pine Lady Beetle link below):

Pine Lady Beetle

I don't think this is the same beetle Eric and I are seeing here.

At 12:04pm on September 7, 2011, Denis A. Doucet said…

Hi Tom,

I submitted a bunch of images yesterday from most of the summer and have not heard back from them yet.

 
 
 

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