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As a surveyor my job often takes me to places where nature is in control. Taking the road less traveled usually makes all the difference.

Federal Way, WashingtonLat: 47.32, Long: -122.31

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Brian38 Sulphur tuft
Sulphur tuft commented on by Brian38 Washington, USA3 hours ago

Thank you Machi.

Brian38 Lichen Huntsman Spider
Lichen Huntsman Spider commented on by Brian38 จังหวัดสุราษฎร์ธานี, Thailand3 days ago

Awesome spotting Ashutosh Dudhatra! I believe this huntsman is in the Genus - Pandercetes.

Brian38 Kidney Lichen
Kidney Lichen commented on by Brian38 Alaska, USA6 days ago

Cool find Machi! Spruce trees can offer some interesting lichens.

Brian38 Cactus coreid nymph
Cactus coreid nymph commented on by Brian38 McAllen, Texas, USA6 days ago

Thank you Ingrid for the kind words. This was certainly one of the more interesting bugs I found on my Texas trip.

Brian38 Bloodstain Lichen
Bloodstain Lichen commented on by Brian38 Arkansas, USAa week ago

Thank you Tukup.

Brian38 Membraneous Dog Lichen
Membraneous Dog Lichen commented on by Brian38 Washington, USAa week ago

Thank you Maria. The fall rains have here in Washington have really given the lichens and fungus a fresh look. I've posted this before. But of course I'm always looking for new ones.

Brian38 Yellow woolly bear
Yellow woolly bear commented on by Brian38 North Little Rock, Arkansas, USAa week ago

Thanks Tukup. I hope the mild winter becomes true.

Brian38 Nudibranch
Nudibranch commented on by Brian38 Batangas, Philippinesa week ago

Thanks for pointing that out Albert! Incredible video!

Brian38 Frosty mushrooms
Frosty mushrooms commented on by Brian38 Washington, USAa week ago

Thank you Mark.

Brian38 Spotting
Spotting commented on by Brian38 Louisiana, USAa week ago

You have it correct Nisa! Reddish-orange cap with white warts is Amanita muscaria. Welcome to Project Noah!