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Cheryl l Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Cheryl l Louisiana, USA7 years ago

This is crows poison. Blooms in Spring and usually again in fall.

Cheryl l Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Cheryl l Louisiana, USA7 years ago

Hey, this is a crawfish mound. I have them all over my yard, and according to this map I'm right up the road from you in Slidell. You can watch them come out at night, they are easy to handle so long as you watch out for their large claws.

Cheryl l Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Cheryl l Louisiana, USA7 years ago

thanks for the ID. I've only seen fireflies at night, so this is a surprise to me. They look completely different than I thought.

Cheryl l Azalea Caterpillar
Azalea Caterpillar commented on by Cheryl l Louisiana, USA8 years ago

thanks for the ID and info. Much appreciated. I watched these caterpillars grow when they hatched out their eggs. Fascinating how fast they grew! Never got to see them cocoon or in moth form though, they disappeared just as fast as they appeared!

Cheryl l Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Cheryl l Louisiana, USA8 years ago

Thankyou, a neighbor said it may be virginia creeper, but was unsure. I'm especially glad to know its not poison ivy!

Cheryl l Shovel-headed garden worm
Shovel-headed garden worm commented on by Cheryl l Louisiana, USA8 years ago

thanks for the ID!

Cheryl l Carolina Anole
Carolina Anole commented on by Cheryl l Louisiana, USA8 years ago

Is the female in the last 2 pics also a carolina anole? I love her coloring and stripe :)

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