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A little dirty from mud
Hazel Discovery Center
Crossing the road.
Pemberton Historical Park
Wooded habitat, next to pond.
Approximately 2.5 ft long.
Rolling dung. Probably deer dung.
Baby, less than a foot long.
About an inch in size.
On trail at pemberton park.
Mixed hardwood forest.
Photo taken in a wooded area of Pemberton Historical Park in Salisbury, MD.
Escarabajo de la subfamilia Scarabaeinae.
Black with tan marks. About 18 inches long.
About 12 inches long.
Laying eggs on a trail at Pickering creek audobun park. Near wetland trail.
Just a baby maybe four inches.
Enjoying the morning sun in front of the hardware store.
shiny black with ridges on back, approx. 7/8 inch long, feathery antennae
Pemberton Historical Park in Salisbury Maryland.
About a foot and a half long with reddish bands along the body.
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