toine at repiuk.nl
Fri Sep 11 16:28:43 EDT 2020
Dropped my other shots in that webpage and they all agree. Handy tool to ID
bugs and birds
On Fri, 11 Sep 2020, 10:10 Henk Terhell, <hterhell at chello.nl> wrote:
> The Artificial Intelligence program of the Dutch nature observation
> reporting site waarneming.nl shows > 99 % assurance for your picture
> that it is the striolatum ("bruinrode").
> The vulgatum ("steenrode") species may be recognized by their long
> "drooping mustache".
> Of course I haven't reported this one.
> Op 2020-09-11 om 08:45 schreef Toine:
> > Thanks everyone. I have more of him or her to get the ID.
> > Strange times indeed. If I watch the news I can't believe what I see and
> > hear. A daily photo walk and a new (old) toy helps...
> > On Fri, 11 Sep 2020, 08:06 mike wilson, <m.9.wilson at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> >> Either an immature male Sympetrum striolatum or a male Sympetrum
> >> vulgatum. Saw one myself last weekend. Around here, it's a bit late
> >> the former but the latter is really rare. I still can't decide which
> >> it was.
> >>> On 10 September 2020 at 20:42 Toine <toine at repiuk.nl> wrote:
> >>> No idea which model
> >>> https://www.repiuk.nl/favorites/#&gid=1&pid=005-869-imgp2547
> >>> Toine
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