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0 0 Pine sap

Pine sap

by Hema ShahCalifornia, USA

Running yellow sap from a felled gray

0 0 Running Oak

Running Oak

by Zoo Miami CSFlorida, USA

Pine Rockland

0 0 Spotting


by DebWaltonMassachusetts, USA

Stream running through a yard near cedar ...

0 0 Running Ground Pine

Running Ground Pine

by doreen.chambers.14Vermont, USA

Running-cedar, Fan Ground-

1 0 Virginia Meadow Beauty

Virginia Meadow Beauty

by JoeyBamburgLouisiana, USA

Side of a dirt logging road running through ...

0 0 Pine Siskin

Pine Siskin

by bee.jacbsSouth Dakota, USA

Feeder at Blood Run State Park. Feeding ...

0 0 Running Ground Pine

Running Ground Pine

by dcfieldviewConnecticut, USA

Low growing, vine-like club moss. Very soft.

0 0 Ground Pine

Ground Pine

by SarahHiteWhittOhio, USA

a 25-cm-tall plant, has underground-running ...

0 0 A wasp and catepillar

A wasp and catepillar

by BridgetRegner-WarwickLouisiana, USA

The wasp was carrying off the catepillar

0 0 Spotting


by EsterGarcíaSantibáñez el Alto, Extremadura, Spain

This insect is found on a Asteraceae at the edge of a dirt track

0 0 Wood Frog

Wood Frog

Michigan, USA

Small brown frog with gold coloring on each side of the chin

2 0 Genus Laccaria

Genus Laccaria

by MusicwolfNorth Carolina, USA

About 3 inches tall and bright orange. Dry cap.

1 0 Glossy Crayfish Snake

Glossy Crayfish Snake

by AshleyTTexas, USA

Brown back with a tan belly that has two rows of half moons

3 2 California quail

California quail

by shebebusynowBend, Oregon, USA

Ground bird with black "deely-bob" curving forward.

1 0 Short-horned Lizard

Short-horned Lizard

by Graham MonroeNew Mexico, USA

A small wide lizard with dusty colors and horns.

3 0 Nine-banded Armadillo

Nine-banded Armadillo

by MachiFlorida, USA

This armadillo started to hop and run when ...

2 0 Hoary Comma

Hoary Comma

by HeidiEatonGreenwood Village, Colorado, USA

The most common Comma in this area. The yellow spots on the top hindwing

1 0 Eastern Chipmunk

Eastern Chipmunk

by Nature NerdBaraboo, Wisconsin, USA

Eastern Chipmunk seen running along the ...

0 0 Running Cedar

Running Cedar

by Charlotte.FletcherCharlotte, North Carolina, USA

a club moss that spreads running long the ...

2 0 Dye Polypore (Phaeolus schweinitzii)

Dye Polypore (Phaeolus schweinitzii)

by ethan crensonDelaware, USA

running around the entire cap. ...

0 0 Spotting


by JakubkoNew York, USA

My inclination is that this spider is from the family Corrinidae, but I can't ...

1 0 Pygmy Nuthatch

Pygmy Nuthatch

by JellisSanta Cruz, Natural Bridges State Park, USA

Nuthatch family
White underside, slate blue back, dark wingtips and ...

0 0 Running Cedar

Running Cedar

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

Running Cedar is a low-growing evergreen ...

2 0 Southern Groundcedar

Southern Groundcedar

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

This is a Lycopod rather than a flowering seed plant. Lycopods are among the ...

2 1 Spotting


by AntónioGinjaGinjaBraga, Portugal

spoted in a pine tree crust(?)it's a ...

0 1 Fungi


by MikeLooseNapier, Gisborne, New Zealand

I have no idea what this one is will have to

0 0 Spotting


by ChrisInceJr.California, USA

other looked like a small pine.

0 0 Spotting


by ChrisInceJr.California, USA

Looks like some very young pines

0 0 American Goldfinch

American Goldfinch

by bee.jacbsSouth Dakota, USA

Several at a feeder. In 2nd & 3rd pictures

5 3 Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnake

Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnake

by JeffreyDubyDeBary, Florida, USA

blotches disrupts a reddish brown stripe

1 3 Running cedar

Running cedar

by GenavieVeronCoaldale, Pennsylvania, USA

Scaly leaves I've seen it before a million times but I never bothered to ...

0 0 Spotting


by saltydog07Pine Plains, New York, USA

See above. Blue slender petals with gold center.

0 0 Great Basin bristlecone pine

Great Basin bristlecone pine

by hannawackerUtah, USA

The road to Powell Point is not rocky, but rooty. I feel a little guilty

0 0 Creeping Charlie

Creeping Charlie

by Suzanne MonkMeridian, Mississippi, USA

One of those tiny flowers that pops up in the woods, lawn, etc. This specimen ...

4 5 Telochistes and Usnea Lichens

Telochistes and Usnea Lichens

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

Lichens on a branch, oak and pine forest.

2 0 Eastern Fence Lizard

Eastern Fence Lizard

by MachiFlorida, USA

of the Fence Lizards I find. It let me come fairly close without

0 0 Common or Running Club Moss, Ground Pine

Common or Running Club Moss, Ground Pine

by TrevorFairbairnNew York, USA

Small 4in in height, fern like plant covering deciduous forest floor. Found in ...

0 2 Lactarius volemus

Lactarius volemus

by LatimeriaOhio, USA

Brownish orange, produces a white milk that stains brown. Dry, smooth cap.

0 0 Stag's-horn Clubmoss

Stag's-horn Clubmoss

by MachiKodiak, Alaska, USA

You can see the Sporangia in the first photo which bear the spores

2 1 Brown Thrasher Babies

Brown Thrasher Babies

by Heather39South Carolina, USA

Birds nest filled with baby birds starting to feather but not yet developed

0 0 Hairy Woodpecker

Hairy Woodpecker

by Greg ShchepanekOttawa, Ontario, Canada

stripes (and, in males, a flash of red toward the back of the head). A large ...

0 0 Eastern fence lizard

Eastern fence lizard

by BerrianA.HobbyIVGeorgia, USA

Various grays with rough scales

0 0 Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry

by MachiNew Hampshire, USA

Forest with hardwoods and white pine

4 3 Pine Woods Tree Frog

Pine Woods Tree Frog

by robert emondFlorida, USA

Brownish gray colored frog

2 1 Echo Moth Caterpillar

Echo Moth Caterpillar

by MachiFlorida, USA

Very fast and large caterpillars. There were two of these

0 0 Running Ground Cedar

Running Ground Cedar

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

love to see it blanketing a forest floor in the winter months. I always ...

0 0 Running Ground Cedar

Running Ground Cedar

by QWMomHelen, Georgia, USA

Its common name is due to its resemblance to cedar boughs lying on the ground. ...

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