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Glanecia

Glanecia

I'm a preschool teacher and Girl Scout leader. I'm certified to teach Pre-K, K-8 and Religion 4-12.

Western Washington

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Glanecia Sargasso Emerald
Sargasso Emerald commented on by Glanecia Ga-Segonyana Local Municipality, Northern Cape, South Africa9 years ago

I don't know what kind of moth that is, but he's beautiful!

Glanecia Woodland Skipper
Woodland Skipper commented on by Glanecia Washington, USA9 years ago

My vote is for Woodland Skipper, because it's very common, especially this time of year (late August to October). The Mardon Skipper is supposed to be uncommon and even endangered.

Glanecia Woodland Skipper
Woodland Skipper commented on by Glanecia Washington, USA9 years ago

It also looks like a Woodland Skipper and a Sonoran Skipper ... wow this one will be difficult to identify

Glanecia Woodland Skipper
Woodland Skipper commented on by Glanecia Washington, USA9 years ago

Hmm, could that little guy be a Mardon Skipper Butterfly?

Glanecia Woodland Skipper
Woodland Skipper commented on by Glanecia Washington, USA9 years ago

Skipper ... that seems so much more like it should be called. When they fly, it's quick, and their wings make a brushing, tisking sound ... almost like a cricket.

Glanecia Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Glanecia Humptulips, Washington, USA10 years ago

I have not been able to find this same mushroom again! Tricky little shroom ...

Glanecia Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Glanecia Humptulips, Washington, USA10 years ago

I took this picture while ago, so I don't think I would be able to find the exact spot to check the gills; but thank you for the suggestion! I will look into it.

Glanecia Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Glanecia Humptulips, Washington, USA10 years ago

When I get home I think I will try just what you suggest. I really appreciate the information! thank you!

Glanecia Fungus
Fungus commented on by Glanecia Washington, USA10 years ago

Ty for the Information!

Glanecia Red Squirrel
Red Squirrel commented on by Glanecia Bansk√° Bystrica, Slovakia10 years ago

So cute!!! I love that little guy!

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