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0 0 Unknown Moth

Unknown Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Small brown moth with a white band. Possibly Salebriaria rufimaculatella. ...

0 0 Filbertworm Moth

Filbertworm Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Small, bronze colored moth with metallic striping.

0 0 Unknown Tortricid Moth

Unknown Tortricid Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Small moth with reddish and golden coloration.

1 0 Unknown Geometrid Moth

Unknown Geometrid Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Not a nice focused image but I think it is clear enough for identification. ...

1 0 Wild Blue Phlox

Wild Blue Phlox

by SargonRKentucky, USA

Wild Blue Phlox spotted along a short hiking trail in

2 2 White-Tailed Deer

White-Tailed Deer

by SargonRKentucky, USA

White-Tailed Deer (3 of them) getting a drink in

2 0 Dwarf Iris

Dwarf Iris

by SargonRKentucky, USA

Dwarf Iris spotted in Mammoth

3 3 Red-Winged Blackbird

Red-Winged Blackbird

by SargonRKentucky, USA

Red-Winged Blackbird spotted in Mammoth ...

1 0 Slime Mold

Slime Mold

by ForestDragonKentucky, USA

Fruiting body of a slime mold.

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by skenderesBowling Green, Kentucky, USA

White pedals pentagonal symmetry

2 0 Cave Orb Weaver Spider and egg sac

Cave Orb Weaver Spider and egg sac

by ForestDragonUSA

Egg sac of the cave dwelling,

1 0 Cave Orb Weaver Spider

Cave Orb Weaver Spider

by ForestDragonUSA

Southeastern Canada. We saw a couple of these beautiful spiders in various ...

0 0 Showy Emerald Moth

Showy Emerald Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Beautiful green moth with pale striping. Tiny, black dot on each wing.

0 0 Green Cloverworm Moth

Green Cloverworm Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Predominantly brown moth. Slight snout. This species is quite variable in color.

0 0 Bent-line Gray Moth

Bent-line Gray Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Gray moth with distinctive markings as seen above. Medium-sized for a Geometrid.

0 2 Stonefly

Stonefly

by ForestDragonUSA

Yellow insect with dark veining on the wings. Grayish markings on either side ...

0 0 White Miller Caddisfly

White Miller Caddisfly

by ForestDragonUSA

Medium sized caddisfly. White with tan stripes. Darker spotting near distal end ...

1 0 Dark-spotted Palthis Moth

Dark-spotted Palthis Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Interestingly shaped moth (I like calling them stealth fighters). Brown with ...

0 0 Long-horned Caddisfly

Long-horned Caddisfly

by ForestDragonUSA

Larger caddisfly. Somewhat moth-like in appearance. Yellowish with brown ...

0 0 White Miller Caddisfly

White Miller Caddisfly

by ForestDragonUSA

White caddisfly with tan markings. Slight greenish tint on head and thorax. ...

0 1 Unknown Ichneumon Wasp

Unknown Ichneumon Wasp

by ForestDragonUSA

Orange, slender-bodied wasp with dark eyes. Very long antennae. Transparent ...

1 0 Tachinid Fly

Tachinid Fly

by ForestDragonUSA

Large fly with a white face, grayish thorax, and dark abdomen with golden ...

0 0 Leaf-footed Bug (with friend)

Leaf-footed Bug (with friend)

by ForestDragonUSA

Poor images of a cool bug. Tan coloration with a shield-shaped body. Enlarged ...

1 0 Pyralid Moth

Pyralid Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Small moth. Head and lower two-thirds of wings are tan. Brown coloration ...

2 0 Harnessed Tiger Moth

Harnessed Tiger Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Boldly colored moth. Head is orange with two small black dots. Thorax is orange ...

0 0 Wild Turkey

Wild Turkey

by SargonRKentucky, USA

Wild Turkey (hen) spotted at Mammoth

0 0 Snail

Snail

by SargonRKentucky, USA

Small black snail who was about 4' high up a small tree in

2 2 Fishing Spider

Fishing Spider

by ForestDragonKentucky, USA

caves (inside). This species can be found ...

1 0 Harnessed Tiger Moth

Harnessed Tiger Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Boldly colored moth. Head is orange with two small black dots. Thorax is orange ...

3 0 Harnessed Tiger Moth

Harnessed Tiger Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Two individuals. Boldly colored moth. Head is orange with two small black dots. ...

0 0 Lichen Moth

Lichen Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Small, gray moth with lighter gray veins. I am having a tough time figuring out ...

0 0 Stink Bug

Stink Bug

by ForestDragonUSA

Small, brown Stink Bug with greenish legs and base of antennae. White mark in ...

0 0 White Miller Caddisfly

White Miller Caddisfly

by ForestDragonUSA

Wonderful yellow and green caddisfly with dark markings. I was only able to get ...

1 0 Ochre Dagger Moth

Ochre Dagger Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Medium sized caterpillar. Thin, pale hairs that are very short on top and ...

2 0 Striped Blister Beetle

Striped Blister Beetle

by ForestDragonUSA

Medium sized beetle with an elongated body. Orange head with two dark triangles ...

0 0 Blue Mistflower

Blue Mistflower

by ForestDragonUSA

Medium height plant with triangular serrated leaves. Lavender colored flowers ...

0 0 Flowering Spurge

Flowering Spurge

by ForestDragonUSA

Tall, woody plant with lanceolate, green leaves. Small flowers with white ...

0 0 Giant Robber Fly, female

Giant Robber Fly, female

by ForestDragonUSA

Large for a Robber Fly and very docile, this big girl was very relaxed and I ...

0 0 Restless Bush Cricket, female

Restless Bush Cricket, female

by ForestDragonUSA

Brown cricket with shorter wings. Yellowish margin along the wings and body. ...

6 2 Eastern Box Turtle

Eastern Box Turtle

by SargonRKentucky, USA

Eastern Box Turtle attempting to cross the highway in

0 1 Green Lacewing

Green Lacewing

by ForestDragonKentucky, USA

Lacewing with a bright green body. Yellow on the head and yellowish tint to the ...

0 0 turtle

turtle

by Georgina3Cave City, Kentucky, United States

Medium sized land turtle/tortoise. Shell length approx. 5 inches. Did not ...

2 1 Common Cave Cricket, female

Common Cave Cricket, female

by ForestDragonUSA

very limited range to limestone caves in ...

30 19 Peacock Fly

Peacock Fly

by ForestDragonUSA

The Peacock Fly gets its name from the way it holds its wings. This fly ...

0 0 Chinese Mantis

Chinese Mantis

by ForestDragonUSA

Large mantis. Mostly light brown with a bright green edge on the wings. This ...

1 0 Painted Lichen Moth

Painted Lichen Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Four different individuals. Please take a look at the images to see the ...

1 0 Wild Turkey

Wild Turkey

by ForestDragonUSA

center at Mammoth

0 0 Geometrid Moth

Geometrid Moth

by ForestDragonUSA

Bright yellow with light brown markings. Adult moths of this genus are ...

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