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Fargo, North Dakota

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Brett Asian longhorned beetle
Asian longhorned beetle commented on by Brett Minnesota, USA7 years ago

Mid July I believe.

Brett Giant Puffball mushroom
Giant Puffball mushroom commented on by Brett Minnesota, USA7 years ago

I recently cooked one of these to mix into spaghetti sauce. It was delicious. As long as the puffball is larger than a softball and at the right stage of growth there shouldn't be any confusion with an inedible lookalike.

Brett Stonefly
Stonefly commented on by Brett Minnesota, USA7 years ago

Stoneflies emerge from streams early in the spring from openings in the ice on streams and rivers. This one is walking on the snow. The presence of this species indicates a healthy ecosystem.

Brett Red Fox
Red Fox commented on by Brett South Dakota, USA7 years ago

I'll take your advice. Thanks for all the information!

Brett Viceroy Chrysalis
Viceroy Chrysalis commented on by Brett Georgia, USA8 years ago

I had a viceroy chrysalis that looked just like that one

Brett Two-striped planthopper
Two-striped planthopper commented on by Brett Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA8 years ago

Nice find. That looks a lot like a two-striped planthopper.

Brett Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Brett Minnesota, USA8 years ago

Nice find! I'll be trying to identify this one

Brett Sawfly larva
Sawfly larva commented on by Brett New York, USA8 years ago

It looks like a sawfly larva.

Brett Elephant Head
Elephant Head commented on by Brett Duchesne, Utah, USA8 years ago

Nice find!

Brett Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Brett St. Charles, Missouri, USA8 years ago

Looks like a knapweed of some kind.

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