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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 Smooth Purple Coneflower
Smooth Purple Coneflower commented on by marylou.wildlife North Carolina, USA9 months ago

Thank you, Jim! Definitely always good to see areas that are managed with imperiled species in mind, especially when the management is clearly helping!

marylou.wildlife Blue Sea Star
Blue Sea Star commented on by marylou.wildlife Cebu, Philippines9 months ago

Wow!! That is just incredible!!

marylou.wildlife Northern Cricket Frog
Northern Cricket Frog commented on by marylou.wildlife Tennessee, USA10 months ago

Northern cricket frog (Acris crepitans) -

marylou.wildlife Dutchman's Pipe
Dutchman's Pipe commented on by marylou.wildlife North Carolina, USA10 months ago

Thanks, cis! I was amazed by this flower... no idea such a thing existed!

marylou.wildlife Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorse
Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorse commented on by marylou.wildlife Batangas, Philippines10 months ago

Stunning photos and creatures! What an amazing find! Looks like he is winking at you in that first photo ;)

marylou.wildlife Miami Mist
Miami Mist commented on by marylou.wildlife Hohenwald, Tennessee, USA11 months ago

No problem! Beautiful spotting!! :)

marylou.wildlife Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by marylou.wildlife Wisconsin, USA11 months ago

I am not sure what is in the third photo, but it would be great if you could make a separate spotting for the trillium, especially since it is a rare species!

marylou.wildlife Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by marylou.wildlife Wisconsin, USA11 months ago

The first photo is definitely a jack-in-the-pulpit. The second photo looks like a snow trillium (Trillium nivale), which is threatened in WI. Below is a resource for the trillium.

marylou.wildlife Ring-necked Snake
Ring-necked Snake commented on by marylou.wildlife Kansas, USA12 months 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 year ago

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