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Project Noah Nature School
Law school grad, online geek, Noah Ranger, amateur Photographer, Back Yard Gardener, Artist, & currently a 3rd grade teacher.
Decatur, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Moth Week 2012
Keep it Steady
http://www.kingsnake.com/ballpythonguide... and http://www.iherp.com/Public/Animals/View...
iphone pic - which was on full zoom. I saw about 5 of them, all fairly skinny. I think they might be a year or less old because they were all skinny.
I saw it in red at the nursery and bought it. One lived and one didn't. I just posted a pic of the red in my yard that survived. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/262... They are neat plants.
OH Salvia....that would make sense. Thanks Laura Pound.
That is the seed pod of a Magnolia. Sometimes they fall so hard they can dent car hoods.
Pretty Male. Females only have a red rectangle on their foreheads. Males have a full red mow hawk.
the brown belly and the white around the eyes are dead give-aways for the ID.
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