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MattRittenhouse Northern Water Snake
Northern Water Snake commented on by MattRittenhouse Windham, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Thanks. TK, while the size of this one is pretty typical, the ones I've seen before were almost completely black. I'm not sure if this one was unique or a different age. We usually find them sunning along the bank of the swamp or on the side of the brook, they aren't usually crossing the bridge like this one. Cameron, I'll add it right now.

MattRittenhouse Differential grasshopper
Differential grasshopper commented on by MattRittenhouse Virginia, USA6 years ago

Neat series.

MattRittenhouse Slaty Skimmer
Slaty Skimmer commented on by MattRittenhouse Windham, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

I mean, the dragonfly thanks you.

MattRittenhouse Slaty Skimmer
Slaty Skimmer commented on by MattRittenhouse Windham, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Thanks Emma.

MattRittenhouse Slaty Skimmer
Slaty Skimmer commented on by MattRittenhouse Windham, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Hey Geodialist, I think you're absolutely right on this one. I appreciate the help, as I'd like to name them correctly but am certainly no expert.

MattRittenhouse Ebony Jewelwing
Ebony Jewelwing commented on by MattRittenhouse Windham, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Thanks.

MattRittenhouse Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail commented on by MattRittenhouse Manchester, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Thanks. We see them now and again at a conservation area near here.

MattRittenhouse Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by MattRittenhouse Windham, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Thanks. The white patches are missing here. Is that because it's of a certain age or gender?

MattRittenhouse White Admiral
White Admiral commented on by MattRittenhouse New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Great! Thank you. I will go with that identification. The difference is obvious now that I see it. He/she was very pretty but very active, this was the best picture I got after trying for some time. I spotted her on a short hike in the White Mountains. I can't remember if I have ever seen another.

MattRittenhouse Field ant mound
Field ant mound commented on by MattRittenhouse Windham, New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Thanks. I think these mounds have been there for years, I was surprised to see them.