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dcfieldview Red-backed salamander
Red-backed salamander commented on by dcfieldview Connecticut, USAa month ago

Thank you - this one threw me, given where I found it.

dcfieldview Downy Rattlesnake Orchid
Downy Rattlesnake Orchid commented on by dcfieldview Connecticut, USAa month ago

Thanks - got a patch of them in my woods.

dcfieldview Howler Monkey
Howler Monkey commented on by dcfieldview Puntarenas, Costa Rica11 months ago

Thanks

dcfieldview Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by dcfieldview Gallatin, Tennessee, USAa year ago

Definitely thistle. Can't quite tell species from the pics.

dcfieldview Birdfoot Trefoil
Birdfoot Trefoil commented on by dcfieldview Hartford, Connecticut, USA2 years ago

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dcfieldview Yellow-fringed Dolichomia
Yellow-fringed Dolichomia commented on by dcfieldview Connecticut, USA2 years ago

thanks :)

dcfieldview Sulphur Shelf Fungus
Sulphur Shelf Fungus commented on by dcfieldview Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thanks :)

dcfieldview American Bellflower
American Bellflower commented on by dcfieldview Beavercreek, Ohio, USA2 years ago

Thanks :)

dcfieldview Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by dcfieldview Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Not sure what that was - there are young black cherry trees, glossy buckthorn, several dogwood species, and viburnums all in that area. I didn't think until after I got home to look more closely at the plant.

dcfieldview Sora
Sora commented on by dcfieldview Hammond, Indiana, USA2 years ago

My expert confirms it is a Sora - I stand corrected.