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Brian38

Brian38

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 Spotting
Spotting commented on by Brian38 San Diego, California, USA2 days ago

Wonderful spotting Valerie! ornithoptera80 -- I was leaning towards Stagmomantis limbata -- Did you look at this possibility?

Brian38 Ants on bug
Ants on bug commented on by Brian38 Madhya Pradesh, India6 days ago

Amazing spotting Sukanya!!

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

Welcome to Project Noah Abe. I believe your correct with your ID of perillus bioculatus, which gets its red colors from its diet.

Brian38 Kiang, Tibetan Wild Ass
Kiang, Tibetan Wild Ass commented on by Brian38 Sikkim, Indiaa week ago

Your welcome DrNamgyalT.Sherpa. I am so fascinated by your habitats in Sikkim!!

Brian38 Black turnstone
Black turnstone commented on by Brian38 Washington, USAa week ago

Robert you're correct! Thank you so much for the correct ID!

Brian38 Curvedleaf stonecrop
Curvedleaf stonecrop commented on by Brian38 Washington, USAa week ago

Gary thank you so much for asking! Not fall colors - its only mid summer! I'm not happy with the ID of this stonecrop! The basal portion of the plant is in the crevice. Which leaves only what you see. The flowers- the stems-the leaves on the stems. Several species of stonecrop to choose from - but which one!

Brian38 Wood white
Wood white commented on by Brian38 Republika Srpska / Република Српска, Bosnia and Herzegovinaa week ago

Ok Mauron This is awesome! Please give us some info on this! What are the butterflies doing and why? Why are they called Wood White? The picture looks like it was taken at night? Mauron -- I've got a hundred more questions after these !! Has the weather there been exceptionally hot during the day?

Brian38 Black turnstone
Black turnstone commented on by Brian38 Washington, USAa week ago

There is a resemblance. I will look into it. Thanks much Robert.

Brian38 Edible Thistle
Edible Thistle commented on by Brian38 Washington, USAa week ago

I know it seems harmless enough. I would still want to research it more. But the thistle that you have in Minnesota - I have no idea of their edibleness. If you decide to try some though please let me know what you think of it.

Brian38 Edible Thistle
Edible Thistle commented on by Brian38 Washington, USAa week ago

No I haven't Gary. I would be very leery of it.