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ForestDragon Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by ForestDragon Milan, Tennessee, United States2 days ago

This spider is actually a female! Cool find!

ForestDragon Spotting
Spotting commented on by ForestDragon Durham, North Carolina, USA3 weeks ago

Also called a Broad-headed Sharpshooter. :-)

ForestDragon spider
spider commented on by ForestDragon Arkansas, USA4 weeks ago

Please update the ID of your beautiful spider! :-)

ForestDragon Spotting
Spotting commented on by ForestDragon North Carolina, USA4 weeks ago

I would say that this could be a Canada Goose feather, or perhaps a Great Blue Heron.

ForestDragon Slender Bodied Jumping Spider
Slender Bodied Jumping Spider commented on by ForestDragon Florida, USA4 weeks ago

I agree with the ID suggestion. This cutie is a Jumping Spider. Here is another reference:

ForestDragon Virginia Opossum
Virginia Opossum commented on by ForestDragon Eugene, Oregon, USAa month ago

Didelphis marsupialis doesn't occur in North America, but they are related to our Virginia Opossums. :-)

ForestDragon Queen anne's lace
Queen anne's lace commented on by ForestDragon Lat: 44.06 Lon: -123.102 months ago

Can you post some images of the leaves and stem? There are many plants that require more than the flower image for identification. I agree that this doesn't quite match Queen Anne's Lace.

ForestDragon White Ibis
White Ibis commented on by ForestDragon Florida, USA2 months ago

It seems like a closer match would be a juvenile American White Ibis, though I haven't found many with the exact color pattern as yours.

ForestDragon Southern House Wren
Southern House Wren commented on by ForestDragon Cortés, Honduras2 months ago

I'm not as familiar with birds in your area, but I would say this appears to be a Wren of some type.
It could be a House Wren, but I'm not totally sure.

ForestDragon Spotting
Spotting commented on by ForestDragon Utah, USA2 months ago

Lovely find!