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MarkRobinson

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MarkRobinson Upland Larkspur
Upland Larkspur commented on by MarkRobinson Washington, USA6 years ago

Thanks, that was helpful!

MarkRobinson Sub-alpine Fir
Sub-alpine Fir commented on by MarkRobinson Washington, USA6 years ago

I'm inclined to think this is a fir rather than a spruce species, and given the elevation and location Sub-alpine Fir is seeming most likely

MarkRobinson Glacier Lily
Glacier Lily commented on by MarkRobinson Washington, USA6 years ago

Perfect, thanks!

MarkRobinson Sub-alpine Fir
Sub-alpine Fir commented on by MarkRobinson Washington, USA6 years ago

Hi Ryan, could you help me understand how you were able to tell? I'm struggling a little with identifying the key field marks here

MarkRobinson Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by MarkRobinson Seattle, Washington, USA6 years ago

Thanks, wouldn't have thought of dung beetle. That's exciting.
Trying to share a (slightly) better view but The photos keep getting truncated after reloading and centering better.

MarkRobinson Nootka Rose
Nootka Rose commented on by MarkRobinson Washington, USA6 years ago

Thank you

MarkRobinson Grove Snail
Grove Snail commented on by MarkRobinson Seattle, Washington, USA6 years ago

Thanks, Grove snail looks good!

MarkRobinson Rubber boa
Rubber boa commented on by MarkRobinson Washington, USA6 years ago

Was in the Wenas valley, a mix of ponderosa pine and scrub/sagebrush habitat. Found under a log.

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