Ray G. Cama

Unido: 20.jun.2019 Última actividad: 19.oct.2020

Starting my second season of observations. I do most of my observing around my house and observing in my backyard is my absolute favorite thing to do. I am sure to find a new insect every time I step out and I have had fairly rare visitors. I try not to let observation bias directs my records but shiny pretty things are more exciting (sorry gnats and midges) and my camera and skills are unfortunately limited.

Thank you very much to the iNat community for all the help, and all the very patients users who ID and instruct.

I just started the ARThropod project, which seeks to gather unintentional art made by Arthropods and photographed by Humans. It focuses on objects and traces Arthropods make and leave behind (webs, cocoons, cases, galls, camouflage outfits, pots, nests and hives, leaf mining, wood boring...)
Please join and add the observations that move you aesthetically, or you find arresting or impress you with their construction, colors or patterns:
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/arthropod

I have seen a lot of amazing insects out there on iNat; my eye has sharpened and my knowledge has expanded a little bit while my prudence and understanding of the sheer craziness and diversity out there have grown. Needless to say, you should always take my IDs as mere suggestions and get a second opinion.

I love it if you have a little about yourself, interests, specialization etc... in your profile.
Tag me if I have made a mistake and did not withdraw; it means I have missed notifications for this post, somehow.

EN (kind of)/FR (un petit pois)/ESP (un poquito y más)
My entomological Spanish is def improving :) BICHO CANASTO is the name for a some bagworm moth larvae.

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