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CodyRyanHough

CodyRyanHough

I am a freelance photographer. Do not use my images without my permission. If you contact me I'm sure we can work something out.

Marquette, Michigan

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CodyRyanHough Large Milkweed Bug
Large Milkweed Bug commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

There are several species that all look very familiar. Box elders are smaller and also have a different pattern on their wing covers.

CodyRyanHough Walkingstick
Walkingstick commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

Yes a phasmatodea is a walking stick BUT i'm looking for a genus species.

CodyRyanHough Walkingstick
Walkingstick commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

Thanks but that is less helpful than walkingstick.

CodyRyanHough Trumpeter Swan
Trumpeter Swan commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

Thank you both.

CodyRyanHough Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by CodyRyanHough Mississippi, USA9 years ago

Don't know what kind but it's a toad, not a frog. Frogs have smooth skin while toads have the rough bumpy skin you see here.

CodyRyanHough American Woodcock
American Woodcock commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

The mom scared the living hell out of me and flew away while I was hiking. If she wouldn't have moved I would NEVER have seen her baby.

CodyRyanHough Killdeer
Killdeer commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

Yes Plovers are the subfamilia Charadriinae and the genus Charadrius falls into that subfamilia.

CodyRyanHough Scarab beetle grub
Scarab beetle grub commented on by CodyRyanHough New York, New York, USA9 years ago

Fairly impossible to tell. If you still have it try raising it. That might be the only way to find out.

CodyRyanHough Blue-spotted Salamander
Blue-spotted Salamander commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

Yes they often will hide in muddy areas, mostly under logs or large rocks.

CodyRyanHough Ninespine Stickleback
Ninespine Stickleback commented on by CodyRyanHough Michigan, USA9 years ago

They stay small, they are a rather small fish species.