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Giant Goldenrod

by smcrenshawKentucky, USA

Kentucky species of goldenrod.

0 0 Giant Goldenrod

Giant Goldenrod

by MartinUrbanWien, Wien, Austria

Riesen Goldrute

1 1 Giant Goldenrod

Giant Goldenrod

by LarsKorbHohenhorn, Schleswig-Holstein (Landmasse), Germany

0 0 Giant Goldenrod

Giant Goldenrod

by Zoo Miami CSFlorida, USA

Pine Rockland

0 1 Goldenrod crab spider, female

Goldenrod crab spider, female

by auntnance123Florida, USA

1/2 inch overall

1 0 Giant goldenrod; late goldenrod

Giant goldenrod; late goldenrod

by PatrickPhoebusNashville-Davidson, Tennessee, USA

Perennial herb 2-7feet tall

0 0 Giant Goldenrod

Giant Goldenrod

by ForestDragonNew York, USA

Tall plant with reddish purple stem and lanceolate, toothed leaves. Golden ...

0 0 Giant Goldenrod

Giant Goldenrod

by AarongunnarWisconsin, USA

Solidago gigantea, commonly called early

0 1 Giant Goldenrod

Giant Goldenrod

by MickGrantRipley, Ohio, USA

Hanging out of a rough rock wall near my garage (supported by string). ...

4 0 Yucca Giant Skipper

Yucca Giant Skipper

by Ryan FezzFlorida, USA

Despite its size, this skipper is hard to spot as it tends to rest on the tips ...

0 0 giant wasp

giant wasp

by Ingrid3Stamford, Connecticut, USA

goldenrod it was feeding on. It was not ...

0 2 Grass-leaved Goldenrod or Flat-top Fragrant Goldenrod

Grass-leaved Goldenrod or Flat-top Fragrant Goldenrod

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

This bush grows in disturbed or abandoned open areas above the mountain ...

0 0 Giant goldenrod

Giant goldenrod

by JaeGelderland, Netherlands

Solidago gigantea is an herb up to 200 cm tall, sometimes spreading by means of ...

1 0 Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs with prey (Fly)

Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs with prey (Fly)

by ForestDragonNew York, USA

Small, distinctly shaped insects. Females larger than males and and tend to be ...

2 0 Pennsylvania Ambush Bug with prey (Yellowjacket)

Pennsylvania Ambush Bug with prey (Yellowjacket)

by ForestDragonNew York, USA

Small, uniquely shaped bugs with grasping front legs. Able to take much larger ...

0 0 Eastern Giant Swallowtail

Eastern Giant Swallowtail

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Very large swallowtail butterfly. Forewing with diagonal band of yellow spots. ...

7 4 Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 10: Release of the adults on their Host Plant

Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 10: Release of the adults on their Host Plant

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

, the Grass-leaved Goldenrod only had ...

1 2 Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 5

Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 5

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

5 Jan 2013: These larvae are now about 8 cm long, 38 days after the first ...

2 3 Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs

Pennsylvania Ambush Bugs

by ForestDragonNew York, USA

Small predatory insect with a unique shape. Females are larger and somewhat ...

4 6 Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 1

Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 1

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

These little orange and black banded caterpillars were all grouped close ...

0 0 Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 8

Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 8

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

on the floor of the container containing their host plant (the Grass-leaved ...

1 2 Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 2

Saga of the Flag Moth - Part 2

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

Update after 2 weeks: 10 Dec 12: I have been feeding them and watching them for ...