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Adam S. Common musk turtle
Common musk turtle commented on by Adam S. South Carolina, USA9 years ago

@AaronG - just uploaded a photo of the underside :)

Adam S. Common musk turtle
Common musk turtle commented on by Adam S. South Carolina, USA9 years ago

Well guess I've seen a musk now :) Thanks for the corrections to AaronG and NeilD. Making the changes now.

Adam S. Golden Silk Orb-Weaver (Female)
Golden Silk Orb-Weaver (Female) commented on by Adam S. Lat: 0.00 Lon: 0.009 years ago

I've got a photo of a male and female on the web together in my spottings. Great photo, acerd. Beautiful spiders!

Adam S. Golden Silk Orb-Weaver (Female)
Golden Silk Orb-Weaver (Female) commented on by Adam S. Lat: 0.00 Lon: 0.009 years ago

Wish I could see the underside of the abdomen but it looks like a golden silk spider to me

Adam S. Common musk turtle
Common musk turtle commented on by Adam S. South Carolina, USA9 years ago

lol Karen... I thought it was trying to eat me but its mouth was so small it couldn't even get it wide enough to fit around my pinky finger.

Adam S. Common musk turtle
Common musk turtle commented on by Adam S. South Carolina, USA9 years ago

The second photo shows a bit of the underside but not too clearly. I've got some photos of the adults and it was from them we did the main identification. Cooters are like the pigeons of the river here... just about everywhere. I've yet to see a musk turtle, or at least one I could definitely identify as a musk. The rivers/creeks here are mostly cooters and loggerheads.

Adam S. Spur-throated Grasshopper
Spur-throated Grasshopper commented on by Adam S. Florence, South Carolina, USA9 years ago

Thanks :) That was taken with a Nikon D40, 18-55mm lens

Adam S. River Otter (North American)
River Otter (North American) commented on by Adam S. South Carolina, USA9 years ago

lol not napping... it was energetically marking the log as part of its territory :)

Adam S. Southern Leopard Frog
Southern Leopard Frog commented on by Adam S. South Carolina, USA9 years ago

Oh shoot... uploaded the wrong photos for this one. Thanks for the correction!! Fixing it now :)

Adam S. Timber Rattlesnake
Timber Rattlesnake commented on by Adam S. Florence, South Carolina, USA9 years ago

Thanks :) It is a young one. Only two segments to its rattle.

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