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A wide, blue-green pine gradually growing pine cones at the top.
Tree blossoms, possibly maple.
Yellow cap, dry, and scaly. Veiled stem.
Brown with a black head and white underbelly and white stripe across the head ...
Woodland spring ephemeral, 3 leaves, 3 sepals, 3 petals which are all white. ...
Lush fern, quite common I'm sure. A bit rounder/flatter at the ends than some ...
Everyone's favorite friend to see pop out from a door jamb or a shower stall. ...
Tightly clustered red, orange, pink, & yellow flowers on a tall, thick stalk.
Attracted to light.
This lil guy is a rare sight for the
Medium sized gull. Black ring on tip of bill. White head/body. Gray back/wings. ...
Possibly Epalpus signifer, family (Tachinidae).
At light. Mixed woodland and field habitat.
Adult cicada playing hide and seek with me.
The largest tree squirrel. 3 color phasesin
A small orange, black, white, and brown moth/butterfly, about an inch long. ...
Looks like a ladybug but it slightly more orange, and has a ribbed back a bit ...
Very fuzzy, striped, black-and-yellow bee. Quite large, hiding amidst tree bark.
in the second photo. It cannot be confused with any other species in the
Large tree with rounded, dense crown and striking, multicolored foliage in ...
plant is an invasive species in the
in Ontario and northeastern
Dark form. Attracted to light.
ID'd at Bugguide.net by Martin Hauser.
Moist mixed woodland.
Growing under rose bush in open area.
Weedy open area.
ID'd at Bugguide.net by Ron Hemberger.
Flushed from leaf-litter in mixed woodland.
The closest match I can find is Hodges#3597 – Argyrotaenia velutinana. Would ...
Under deck looking for insects around my insect sheet.
6 ins (15.5 cm), raspberry red on head, breast, back and rump, streaked back.