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I'm not a scientist, but always had a passion for the natural world. Looking forward to sharing this hobby with like-minded individuals.

Miami-Dade County, FLLat: 25.79, Long: -80.23

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LivanEscudero Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LivanEscudero Oregon, USA17 hours ago

They look like mosquito larva to me. You can change category to Arthropods.

LivanEscudero Citrine Forktail
Citrine Forktail commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USAa week ago

Orange form female

LivanEscudero Holomelina Moth
Holomelina Moth commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USAa week ago

I'm guessing either the Orange or the Ruddy

LivanEscudero Southern Blue Flag
Southern Blue Flag commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA2 weeks ago

Here's a little more info on this Iris

LivanEscudero Wiegmann's Striped Gecko
Wiegmann's Striped Gecko commented on by LivanEscudero Zulia, Venezuela2 weeks ago

Your spotting is of a male.

LivanEscudero Partridge Berry
Partridge Berry commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA3 weeks ago

The other spotting you mentioned is the same.

LivanEscudero Wild Blueberry
Wild Blueberry commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA4 weeks ago

Well, we have a few blueberries, and I agree that's what it looks like to me also. The larger leaves make me think Highbush Blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) but there is also V. darrowii, and V. myrsinites. Now the Lyonia species (Staggerbush) are very similar but to me they seem to have shorter rounder flowers.

LivanEscudero Mexican Prickly Poppy
Mexican Prickly Poppy commented on by LivanEscudero Florida, USA4 weeks ago

Yes, I would say A. mexicana, Mexican Poppy.

LivanEscudero Beaded Sea Star
Beaded Sea Star commented on by LivanEscudero Alabama, USAa month ago

This one has lost two arms which are starting to grow back.

LivanEscudero Common Checkered Skipper Butterfly
Common Checkered Skipper Butterfly commented on by LivanEscudero Titusville, Florida, USAa month ago

It is either the Common (P. communis) or the White (P. albescens). But as you can read in the "See Also" section of the reference page. It may be impossible to distinguish from a photo in certain ranges.