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MarshallWeber Devil's Walking Stick
Devil's Walking Stick commented on by MarshallWeber Atlanta, Georgia, USA7 years ago

That was my initial thought. I will go with that. Thanks!

MarshallWeber Red Mulberry
Red Mulberry commented on by MarshallWeber Atlanta, Georgia, USA8 years ago

Thanks! It was probably Red Mulberry because that was the only species in the forest I was in.

MarshallWeber Purple Pitcher Plant
Purple Pitcher Plant commented on by MarshallWeber Maine, USA8 years ago

Thanks for the ID!

MarshallWeber Cutleaf Coneflower
Cutleaf Coneflower commented on by MarshallWeber Estes Park, Colorado, USA8 years ago

Thats good enough for me! Thanks!

MarshallWeber Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by MarshallWeber Pennsylvania, USA8 years ago

Awesome mushroom! I would say it is one of the many waxy caps-either genus Hygrocybe or Hygrophorus. I would probably say Hygrophorus miniatus-Fading Scarlet Waxy Cap. It likes to live in moss and its widespread across North America. It is very small as the width of the cap is usually 3/4" to 1 and 5/8," it only grows to be 1" to 2" tall and the width of the stalk is usually 1/8 of an inch thick. I am an amateur at best but that's my guess! Here are pictures: http://www.missourimycologicalsociety.or....

MarshallWeber Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by MarshallWeber Ottawa, Ontario, Canada8 years ago

I agree with Painted Lady. American Lady is another similar species and has two big dots on its upperside and three smaller ones and two on the underside and Painted Ladies have four evenly sized dots on the upperside and four on the underside. Nice pic and awesome butterfly!

MarshallWeber European Mantis
European Mantis commented on by MarshallWeber Lakewood, Colorado, USA8 years ago

I am not an expert but that's what I would say...you can decide for yourself if you think thats what it is

MarshallWeber Hawk
Hawk commented on by MarshallWeber Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA8 years ago

Actually it was the same person twice but yea I would list it as that if I were you!

MarshallWeber Hawk
Hawk commented on by MarshallWeber Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA8 years ago

This is the Florida subspecies which looks much paler than the more medium colored eastern subspecies and the very heavily orange-colored California subspecies. Nice shot! This along with the Red-tailed Hawk are probably the two most common hawks in the southeast.

MarshallWeber American Pika
American Pika commented on by MarshallWeber Colorado, USA8 years ago

Thanks so much guys!

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