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1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by KarenMuenchFlorida, USA

Two days

1 0 Cempazuchitl

Cempazuchitl

by alecilla13Toluca, México, Mexico

In Mexico we use this flower as part of ...

2 1 Day of the Dead Flower

Day of the Dead Flower

by Grace Bae서울특별시 (Seoul), Republic of Korea

A flower that either is or looks like carnations. They were found in two colors ...

7 4 Dead Man's Fingers

Dead Man's Fingers

by dandoucetteParacel Islands

small,black, rough texture, about 5cm (2") tall, reminds me

0 0 Coconut Palm

Coconut Palm

by gshupesterMelbourne, Florida, USA

Coconut Palm Tree

0 0 Speckled crab

Speckled crab

by Maria dBTopsail Beach, North Carolina, USA

There were many of these crabs on

0 0 Rose- Female

Rose- Female

by abc the alphabet Orange, California, USA

Light Red/ pink. gets whiter as you g farther to

0 0 Pygmy Rattlesnake

Pygmy Rattlesnake

by James McNairFlorida, USA

Found this dead snake within a few hundred ...

2 0 Spotting

Spotting

by pamsaiKerala, India

Green hopper maybe half an inch long. There were 2

0 0 Shrew

Shrew

by MicheleDibitettoTolima, Colombia

the first one she found

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Chris Ince Jr.California, USA

easement of

5 10 Durango Red French Marigold

Durango Red French Marigold

by Emma Walnut Creek, California

nematode killer all in one. Ahhhh! The ...

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by CindyBinghamKeiserEscondido, California, USA

strings. I returned the next

0 0 Calocera sp.

Calocera sp.

by Aonach_EagachAdelaide, South Australia, Australia

Small ( just a few mm ) simple or branched jelly fungi, found on

1 0 Tagetes erecta

Tagetes erecta

by YurianaMartínezCiudad de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico

orange flowers in inflorescence, Asteraceae family, with ladybugs

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by LeonardoMBSão José do Rio Pardo, SP, Brazil

question of 3

1 0 Common garter snake

Common garter snake

by KevinBBabbittTulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Skinny slender snake found laying out in

1 0 Henslow's Sparrow

Henslow's Sparrow

by dferrisMichigan, USA

atop dead grass and singing it's quick two ...

2 1 Spotting

Spotting

by AshleyAkersWest Virginia, USA

Small Brown moth that looks like a dead, ...

1 0 Black Vulture

Black Vulture

by alicelongmartinSarasota, Florida, USA

Their was a small flock of Vultures sitting ...

0 0 Northern mockingbird

Northern mockingbird

by auntnance123Florida, USA

This fellow has been coming to the same ...

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by joe.w.powersEagle Harbor Township, Michigan, USA

Life carries on, even in the

8 7 Grey kangaroo

Grey kangaroo

by tchappelSydney, New South Wales, Australia

I found this little Joey in her poor dead ...

0 4 Spotting

Spotting

by patnmandySalem, Oregon, USA

Stocky, grey rodent. Five inch body. Long teeth. I think it is a vole, but not ...

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Michael-AnnBelinHumble, Texas, USA

Powdery white "skinned," upright. I don't know exact age, these photos taken ...

41 37 Dot-lined White Moth

Dot-lined White Moth

by Gilma Jeannette Ospino Ferreira-NormanAlfaro, Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica

I love this kind of Moth, hairy, white with ...

4 4 Pileated Woodpecker

Pileated Woodpecker

by feist.brThe Village of Indian Hill, Ohio, USA

Large male Pileated Woodpecker Northeast of ...

0 0 Dryad's Saddle

Dryad's Saddle

by RaevenBaltimore, Maryland, USA

Bracket Fungus found growing approximately 9 feet off

97 50 Madagascan moon moth

Madagascan moon moth

by dandoucetteFianarantsoa Province, Madagascar

"), making it one of

5 2 Tawny Frogmouth

Tawny Frogmouth

by DarrenCVictoria, Australia

Tawny Frogmouths hunt at night and spend

0 3 Gopher snake (Alive)

Gopher snake (Alive)

by GaelIrvine, California, USA

Pretty big guy. Probably a gopher snake (????) like

5 5 Spotting

Spotting

by LeonardoMBSão José do Rio Pardo, SP, Brazil

3 day late: [ ...

1 2 Slug/Snail and Eggs

Slug/Snail and Eggs

by Gylma Barnes-Gilma Jeannette Ospino Ferreira-NormanAlajuela, Costa Rica

Cover by dead grass, I removed it and there ...

1 3 yellowjacket or hornet

yellowjacket or hornet

by AntónioGinjaGinjaPorto, Porto, Portugal

this is the continuation

0 0 Cook's turban & operculum

Cook's turban & operculum

by DespinaTsafetopoulouNew Zealand

...There's been hundreds of these seasnails ...

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by rat.tumourGwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom

Is this Steccherinum ochraceum? Velvety when moist. Growing on

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by sarah in the woodsMaryville, Tennessee, USA

yellow-orange covering dead log and small ...

0 0 Swallow-tailed Kite

Swallow-tailed Kite

by TextileRangerConroe, Texas, USA

I saw two of these birds carrying sticks ...

0 0 Mushroom

Mushroom

by lgCostaNutGuanacaste, Costa Rica

and is lavender on the stem and purple on ...

1 0 African Lion

African Lion

by LeonardoMBLeme, SP, Brazil

The lions can mate more than 50 times per ...

0 1 Common Storks Bill

Common Storks Bill

by Emma California, USA

Looks like this weed is short lived. i saw a lot

0 1 Southern Black Racer Snake

Southern Black Racer Snake

by ChrisThaxtonHalifax, North Carolina, USA

We found this poor guy dead beside a pond ...

0 0 False Turkey Tail fungus

False Turkey Tail fungus

by Doren BWhite Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, USA

I don't usually find these so richly colored. These were found following ...

10 3 Tawny Frogmouth

Tawny Frogmouth

by Glenn14

A pair of Tawny FrogMouths perched for ...

2 0 Bold Jumping Spider

Bold Jumping Spider

by Mandy HollmanCalifornia, USA

playing dead. Don't worry, though; no ...

0 1 Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

by LittleCloudTexas, USA

Dog day Cicada is a annual Cicada. Wingspan ...

3 6 Eastern cottontail rabbit (baby)

Eastern cottontail rabbit (baby)

by outsidegirl0Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA

fourth day Peter, one

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