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JakeFrancis

JakeFrancis

I am a student at the University of Nevada. I really like plants and the bugs that help them swap genes.

Reno, NV

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JakeFrancis Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JakeFrancis Wheeling, West Virginia, USA8 years ago

Indeed they are. The gill shot was taken a day later when the light was very different, but the largest fruiting body in the spore picture is the the largest from the upper surface picture!

JakeFrancis Lobster Mushroom
Lobster Mushroom commented on by JakeFrancis Rochester, New Hampshire, USA9 years ago

An unmistakeable edible that is actually a parasitic fungus on a Russula or Lactarius!

JakeFrancis House Spider
House Spider commented on by JakeFrancis Kingston, Jamaica9 years ago

It looks alot like a fishing spider to me

JakeFrancis Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JakeFrancis Calgary, Alberta, Canada9 years ago

The coolest part is how they get around. The suck water into their abdomen and expel it rapidly creating jet propulsion!

JakeFrancis Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JakeFrancis San Jose, Nueva Ecija, Philippines9 years ago

There are some terrestrial tubbelarids known colloquially as planaria. Sorry for that. It looks similar to an invasive flat worm we have in the united states called Caenoplana coerulea, or the Blue Planarian (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caenoplana_...). Considering you are in the Philippines though I have no idea!

JakeFrancis Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JakeFrancis San Jose, Nueva Ecija, Philippines9 years ago

Some sort of land planarian, very cool!

JakeFrancis sulphur shelf
sulphur shelf commented on by JakeFrancis Oak Hill, Tennessee, USA9 years ago

The sulfur shelf has a lighter pore surface I think.

JakeFrancis Asiatic Dayflower
Asiatic Dayflower commented on by JakeFrancis Signal Mountain, Tennessee, USA9 years ago

You should send some information in to invasivore.org!

JakeFrancis Crownbeard
Crownbeard commented on by JakeFrancis Ohio, USA9 years ago

Thats a guess, but with a good picture of the stem and leaves I could be sure. Better yet check out the USDA description, and see if your plant has the wings on the stem!

JakeFrancis Bagworm Moth larva
Bagworm Moth larva commented on by JakeFrancis Pemberton Township, New Jersey, USA9 years ago

Awesome photo!

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