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LukeGMyers Amanita
Amanita commented on by LukeGMyers Maine, USA5 years ago

I'd need to see at least the gills and the root to make a confident identification, nice photo though!

LukeGMyers Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LukeGMyers Manchester, Tennessee, USA5 years ago

Identification depends on the underside and flexibility of this fungus.
Probably Turkey tail (Trametes versicolor) or False turkey tail (Stereum ostrea).

LukeGMyers Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LukeGMyers Texas, USA6 years ago

Some puffball species, near the end of its life. Possibly Lycoperdon perlatum?

LukeGMyers Robber fly
Robber fly commented on by LukeGMyers Ernakulam, Kerala, India6 years ago

Very cool images.

LukeGMyers Laughing Gull
Laughing Gull commented on by LukeGMyers Florida, USA6 years ago

I believe you're right, thank you. I was having a bit of trouble identifying.

LukeGMyers American Flamingo
American Flamingo commented on by LukeGMyers Florida, USA6 years ago

Yes, these are captive.

LukeGMyers Black-Crowned Night Heron (immature)
Black-Crowned Night Heron (immature) commented on by LukeGMyers Florida, USA6 years ago

Thank you!

LukeGMyers Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Red-Eyed Tree Frog commented on by LukeGMyers Puntarenas, Costa Rica6 years ago

Tree Frogs are amazing.

LukeGMyers Turkey Tail
Turkey Tail commented on by LukeGMyers Michigan, USA6 years ago

That is possible. I believe that the mushroom may also have been flexible, indicating turkey tail.

LukeGMyers Spotted gar
Spotted gar commented on by LukeGMyers San Marcos, Texas, USA6 years ago

Wow, beautiful Gar. I don't think I've seen one this pretty.

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