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marylou.wildlife

Preservationist and herpetofauna enthusiast. Just wrapped up my MS in Integrative Biology.

Georgia, USALat: 32.16, Long: -82.91

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marylou.wildlife Ring-necked Snake
Ring-necked Snake commented on by marylou.wildlife Kansas, USA6 days ago

It is alive, right? Looks like it is playing dead :)

marylou.wildlife Forget-me-not
Forget-me-not commented on by marylou.wildlife Virginia, USAa week ago

Good call on forget-me-not! There are SO many species in this genus, so I would just go with a Myosotis species!

marylou.wildlife Travancore tortoise
Travancore tortoise commented on by marylou.wildlife Bengaluru, Karnataka, India4 months ago

This is absolutely incredible!! You have a great eye for things!

marylou.wildlife Rough Green Snake
Rough Green Snake commented on by marylou.wildlife Lat: 39.29 Lon: -76.595 months ago

These snakes can bite, but in general they are very docile animals and very rarely attempt to bite humans.

marylou.wildlife White-top Pitcher Plant
White-top Pitcher Plant commented on by marylou.wildlife Alabama, USA6 months ago

Thank you all so much! I am glad these plants are so appreciated here. I am also very honored to be a part of a community who truly cares for the worlds flora and fauna!!

marylou.wildlife Eastern Narrowmouth Toad
Eastern Narrowmouth Toad commented on by marylou.wildlife Mississippi, USA6 months ago

Nice spot! These strange but adorable amphibians spend most of their time underground, so finding them without actively searching for them is a rare event.

marylou.wildlife White-top Pitcher Plant
White-top Pitcher Plant commented on by marylou.wildlife Alabama, USA6 months ago

Thank you all! It was amazing to see so many of them doing so well in this particular bog. Armadeus, nectar is produced by glands around the top of the pitcher, luring animals to the opening with its sweet smell. However, I took a whiff of one and didn't smell anything. Perhaps my senses are not strong enough :)

marylou.wildlife Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by marylou.wildlife California, USA9 months ago

Looks like a dragonfly larva...

marylou.wildlife Indian Pipe (Ghost Plant)
Indian Pipe (Ghost Plant) commented on by marylou.wildlife Maryland, USA9 months ago

I love seeing them as well!! They are so beautiful and always fun to find for sure!!

marylou.wildlife Northern Red Salamander
Northern Red Salamander commented on by marylou.wildlife Maryland, USA9 months ago

Thank you Marta! These guys are always very exciting to find. It is relatively easy to find them in their larval stage, but much harder once they are juveniles/adults!!