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KimLomman Golden Shield Lichen
Golden Shield Lichen commented on by KimLomman Zagreb, Croatia8 years ago

Not sure what you mean. Lichen are a composite of fungi with a photosynthetic partner, usually algae or cyanobacteria. In terms of scientific classification and naming lichen are in kingdom Fungi.

KimLomman Golden Shield Lichen
Golden Shield Lichen commented on by KimLomman Zagreb, Croatia8 years ago

You can change the category to Fungi. All lichen are classified as fungi.

KimLomman Cross Orbweaver
Cross Orbweaver commented on by KimLomman Mirrormont, Washington, USA8 years ago

Thanks. I can't escape them, they're everywhere here.

KimLomman Cicada nymph
Cicada nymph commented on by KimLomman Beloit, Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

Cicada nymph shed skin, Tibicen sp.

KimLomman Huntsman
Huntsman commented on by KimLomman Northern Mariana Islands, United States of America8 years ago

Looks like some species of huntsman, maybe Heteropoda venatoria.

KimLomman Fox Squirrel
Fox Squirrel commented on by KimLomman Alameda, California, USA8 years ago

That is a very fat squirrel.

KimLomman Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by KimLomman Washington, USA8 years ago

I finally have my new system up and running and can edit once more. Thought I'd start with the only unknown animal photo I have at the moment.

KimLomman Least Chipmunk
Least Chipmunk commented on by KimLomman Irvine, California, USA8 years ago

If it was taken in Bryce Canyon, Utah, it is most likely a Least Chipmunk. Gray Collared Chipmunks are only found in Arizona and New Mexico. The colouration isn't right for an Uinta Chipmunk.

KimLomman Least Chipmunk
Least Chipmunk commented on by KimLomman Irvine, California, USA8 years ago

Can you please correct your map location? It will help to identify the species.

KimLomman Praying Manis, I would like to know specific species.
Praying Manis, I would like to know specific species. commented on by KimLomman St. Peters, Missouri, USA8 years ago

Looks like a European Mantis, introduced in the US.

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