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0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

I'm going to guess genus Mycena here. They look like adorable bonnets.

2 0 Eastern Yellowjacket

Eastern Yellowjacket

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

Found sitting alone on a trail high above town.

2 0 Waxcaps

Waxcaps

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

Genus Hygrocybe, but which one?

0 0 Copperhead

Copperhead

by Christopher Cochran MDArkansas, USA

Copperhead in the pool....Live and let live...

3 1 Virginia Opossum

Virginia Opossum

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

Opossum skull found in the leaf litter on the ridge above town.

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

I have never seen a bracket fungus so beautiful and strangely patterned. I am ...

1 0 Orange Mycena

Orange Mycena

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

They were very, very bright, an eye catching find on a very dreary day.

3 1 Coral-pink Merulius

Coral-pink Merulius

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

Alright, correct me if I'm wrong. The closest I can find is Phlebia ...

2 0 Jagged Ambush Bug

Jagged Ambush Bug

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

I found this fellow out alone, not near any flowers that I could see. It was in ...

2 1 Fluted Bird's Nest Fungus

Fluted Bird's Nest Fungus

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

My first bird's nest fungi find--and I was beyond excited!

1 0 Southern Yellowjacket

Southern Yellowjacket

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

Found alone (well, unless you count it being in close proximity to this bright ...

3 0 Cinnabar Polypore

Cinnabar Polypore

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

There are more than one cinnabar polypore that have this distinct color, sadly. ...

1 0 Amur Honeysuckle

Amur Honeysuckle

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

Beautiful, but sadly, these are highly invasive and are not native here. They ...

0 0 Leaf Miner

Leaf Miner

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

If you see this in a leaf, it is called a "Leaf Miner." It could be any of a ...

8 8 Bold Jumping Spider

Bold Jumping Spider

by Matthew HammondArkansas, USA

Juvenile Male Bold Jumping Spider--my first bold jumper find.

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