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EOL is a collaborative, ongoing effort to organize information about all the species on earth. This is a huge task and we need your help! EOL welcomes image and video contributions of species from the public to help build our species pages. Just make sure the images and videos you share are your own and not ones you found elsewhere.
The easiest way to get your images up on EOL is through our Encyclopedia of Life Images group at the collaborative photo-sharing site Flickr. Basic Flickr accounts are free, and it’s easy to tag your images for EOL use.
View our Flickr Tutorial for more information.
Elderberry Borer, Desmocerus palliatus,
© Ken-ichi Ueda, EOL Flickr Group Member
View this image on the EOL Desmocerus palliatus species page.