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0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by jdiionnaAlbany, New York, USA

Pine

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Jimmy_B

Found in pitch pine under bark

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by RoseRichterCamden, New Jersey

Pine

0 0 Jack Pine

Jack Pine

by joecomerdotcomWisconsin, USA

Barrens

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by smutnee80Albany, New York, USA

Open woodland sandy soil, pine

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by smutnee80Albany, New York, USA

Pine

0 2 Spotting

Spotting

by smutnee80Albany, New York, USA

Sandy soil open pine

0 0 Prairie Rose

Prairie Rose

by jdiionnaAlbany, New York, USA

Pine

0 0 Sweet Fern

Sweet Fern

by jdiionnaAlbany, New York, USA

Pine

0 0 Wild Blue Lupine

Wild Blue Lupine

by jdiionnaAlbany, New York, USA

Pine

0 0 Wood Lily

Wood Lily

by jdiionnaAlbany, New York, USA

Pine

2 1 Eastern hognose snake

Eastern hognose snake

by JDPSaratoga Springs, New York, USA

Pine

0 0 Pine Barrens Heather

Pine Barrens Heather

by empidonaxWoodland Township, New Jersey, USA

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by kathygiron856New Jersey, USA

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Quinn HeistEgg Harbor City, New Jersey, USA

Pine

1 0 Brown Knapweed

Brown Knapweed

by SooJinNew York, USA

Pine

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Reptile lover 101Pemberton Township, New Jersey, USA

Pine

0 0 Lichen

Lichen

by BenHuethBarnegat Township, New Jersey, USA

Lichen

0 0 Pitch Pine Trees

Pitch Pine Trees

by smutnee80Albany, New York, USA

Inland pine

1 1 Pitch Pine

Pitch Pine

by Quinn HeistEgg Harbor City, New Jersey, USA

Pine

0 0 White Admiral

White Admiral

by JakubkoAlbany, USA

There were several White Admirals, Limenitis arthemis arthemis, flying around ...

0 0 Question mark butterfly

Question mark butterfly

by lbikossWashington Township, New Jersey, USA

Pine

0 0 Red fox

Red fox

by imattparodyNew York, USA

Red fox kit

0 0 Turkey tail fungus

Turkey tail fungus

by smutnee80Albany, New York, USA

Pitch pine

4 5 Red fox

Red fox

by imattparodyCalverton, New York, USA

Small fox kit

1 1 Red cedar

Red cedar

by CloudDwellerBourn, Massachusetts, USA

Growing in disturbed areas.

0 0 Frog

Frog

by dancer1727Maryland, USA

Bogs, swamps, rivers, and streams

0 0 Eastern Red Cedar

Eastern Red Cedar

by Quinn HeistEgg Harbor City, New Jersey, USA

Pine

0 0 Common Eastern Bumblebee

Common Eastern Bumblebee

by JakubkoNew York, USA

Found in an open area in the sandy pine ...

0 0 Grasshopper Nymph

Grasshopper Nymph

by JakubkoNew York, USA

Found on some undergrowth at the sandy pine ...

0 0 Eastern Bluebird

Eastern Bluebird

by lbikossTabernacle Township, New Jersey, USA

subject found on the Batona Trail near the Carranza Memorial

0 0 Broom crowberry

Broom crowberry

by MattRay2Little Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey

Short, round mounds with purple flowers

0 0 Northern fence lizard

Northern fence lizard

by idrivenhour2workWoodland Township, New Jersey

Brown and tan, stripes across back, female

2 2 Net-winged Beetle

Net-winged Beetle

by smutnee80Albany, New York, USA

open weedy field in inland pine

0 0 Wood lily

Wood lily

by blakecrossAlbany, New York, USA

Pitch pine scrub oak

0 0 'Karner' Melissa Blue

'Karner' Melissa Blue

by JDPAlbany, New York, USA

Part of the federally endangered Karner Blue population.

0 0 Blue Lupine

Blue Lupine

by JDPAlbany, New York, USA

Larval food plant of the Melissa blue butterfly

0 0 Nodding ladies' tresses

Nodding ladies' tresses

by JDPAlbany, New York, USA

These were scattered pretty frequently.

6 3 Stalked Puffball in Aspic

Stalked Puffball in Aspic

by Tom15Carver, Massachusetts, USA

This mushroom was at Myles Standish State Forest, a

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by CloudDwellerHanson, Massachusetts, USA

Clearly of the rhododendron genus, but not sure which species.

0 0 Sheep laurel

Sheep laurel

by CloudDwellerHanson, Massachusetts, USA

Looks like mountain laurel, but droopier leaves. Only grows about waist high.

0 0 Ground cedar

Ground cedar

by CloudDwellerHanson, Massachusetts, USA

Ground cover. Looks much like a cedar branch.

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