Saturday, May 26, 2012

Compost Bin Occupant & Other Critters......











 



Posted for Camera Critters, Macro Monday, World Bird Wednesday.

10 comments:

  1. °`°º♫°♫♫♪¸
    Passei para admirar suas fotografias.
    Belíssima série de imagens.
    Bom sábado!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil.
    º♫°♫♫♪¸

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  2. The butterflies are so colorful and nice.Lovely: the charming snail and the little green barbet with the worm in its beak. The small spider is having a BIG meal. What is that creature in the compost bin-some kind of lizard? Thanks Amila for sharing these beautiful photographs !

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    1. It's a skink, and proberbly a Common skink, Eutropis carinata lankae

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  3. What an amazing collection of "critters" -- creepy-crawlies, beautiful bird (so exotic to me), a lizard (?) of some kind and is that one a slug? Or a snail? You found wonderful life in your compost heap and in the rest of your yard -- just shows you how important it is to look everywhere!

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    1. It's a skink, and proberbly a Common skink, Eutropis carinata lankae,and the molusk is a snail.

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  4. Outstanding series. Love the bird - what a mouthful he has :)

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  5. Great series of photos. The bird with a full beak is especially good.

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  6. Great post, especially the butterfly detail!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  7. LOve the Barbet and all of your critters. Great captures, thanks for sharing.

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  8. beautiful pictures and amazing shots :-) love the butterfly the most :-) Dropping by from Camera Critters.

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