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Lemon (Citrus limon) - Knight's corner,
The first flower of spring!
Possibly H. clymene.
Possibly Iridopsis vellivolata.
At light. Mixed woodland and field habitat.
Attracted to light.
The newest member of our flock.
Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo), Knight's corner,
Domestic Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo), Knight's corner,
Violet Tanbark Beetle (Callidium violaceum), Knight's corner,
Virginia Tiger Moth - Hodges#8137 (Spilosoma virginica), Knight's corner,
English Ivy, Common Ivy (Hedera helix), Knight's corner, Maine, USA, North ...
Chicken (Gallus domesticus), Knight's corner,
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Knight's corner, Maine, USA, 3-2-2013
Soldier Beetle (Cantharidae sp.), Knight's corner,
Common Grackle (Quiscalus quiscula) - Knight's corner,
Mourning Dove (Zenaida macroura) - Knight's corner,
Squash Bug (Anasa tristis) - Knight's corner,
Western Lynx Spider (Oxyopes scalaris) - Knight's corner,
Thinlegged Wolf Spider (Pardosa xerampelina) - Knight's corner,
Crab Spider (Philodromus sp.) - Knight's corner,
Cluster Fly (Pollenia sp.) - Knight's corner,
Either T. ruricola ( http://bugguide.net/node/view/99014 ) or terricola ( ...
Speckled Acleris - Hodges#3526 - (Acleris negundana) - Knight's Corner,
American Robin (Turdus migratorius) - Knight's Corner,
Brown FW is mottled whitish along costa. Two white dots accent blackish central ...
Pale FW is mottled and streaked brown in median and ST areas. Costa is whitish ...
Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) - Drinkwater Road,
Whitish FW is finely peppered with blackish scales. Short lines of black-edged ...
First chicks of the year!
Fresh water pond in mixed woodland.
Possibly Tufted Apple Bud Moth - Hodges #3740 (Platynota idaeusalis), doesn't ...
Possibly Epalpus signifer, family (Tachinidae).
Oblique-lined Tiger Beetle (Cicindela tranquebarica) - Ground Beetle family ...
Mayfly (Leptophlebia sp.) - Pronggilled Mayfly family (Leptophlebiidae).
Location is approx.
Around 5mm. Possibly X. elegans.
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