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Tide pools of the PNW
Thee leaves each with three lobes.
PNW shaded forests
On a maple trunk covered in moss.
I think they are Shasta Daisy
Intersection of two creeks in meadows.
Indoor house spider in PNW. Anyone know ...
Reddish brown dragonfly, with white spots, smiling at me.
Fruits are there but not ripe yet
usually grow in large clusters on logs or snags, typically on conifers in the ...
Lots of these guys in and out of bark ion tree.
Looks like fungal meets mossy lichen like matter .
Frosted rosé, love it! Coral orangish yellow
Common sword fern
White alien like asparagus
Similar to flowers in the wintergreen family, hence the name pyroliflorus.
Damp gorge cliffs
Duff soils under conifers
Found along a wooded path 150m from the beach.
The PNW Landscape Morel. Also known as ...
Entirely on one log. Riparian woodland In the middle of a stream, though likely ...
White Moth with Red leg markings
Rocky beach shore.
On a tree which was located in a cemetery.
Brown alga. Unsure of ID.
Temperate rainforest by a lagoon.
Uncommonly seen heron.
Open field by Fraser River estuary.
Temperate rainforest floor along lagoon.
Wildflowers by an urban pond.
Temperate rainforest floor.
On a stick in the damp forest floor.
Catkins of unknown species of pussy willow.
One hen with three drakes.
Growing from root. Firm texture.
One of the many stinkhorns, which are quite rare in the
Medium to large varnished red conk.