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Mostly Microbe

Native northern Michigander transplanted to Philadelphia, PA where I'm locally invasive in my search for the real wildlife.

Haverford, PA USA

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Mostly Microbe Iole Daggerwing
Iole Daggerwing commented on by Mostly Microbe Antioquia, Colombia10 years ago

Deep, rich, royal colors. Gorgeous!

Mostly Microbe Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by Mostly Microbe Pichincha, Ecuador10 years ago

Love the picture and the surrounding mystery!

Mostly Microbe Wing Stem Passion Flower
Wing Stem Passion Flower commented on by Mostly Microbe San Diego, California, USA10 years ago

Yes, wow! And, yes, please tell us about your technique - type of camera, lens, etc!

Mostly Microbe Southern Yellowjacket
Southern Yellowjacket commented on by Mostly Microbe Georgia, USA10 years ago

Great find! Hope you didn't literally stumble upon these!

Mostly Microbe American Red Fox
American Red Fox commented on by Mostly Microbe Lat: 43.75 Lon: -70.1010 years ago

Looking forward to the deer pictures. Did you see it interact with the fawn?
Does it ever "yipe" or "bark" in the middle of the night? My sister has a fox hanging around her house and it's been waking them up yiping at all hours of the night for the last week and they can't figure out why it's barking at their house from their yard.

Mostly Microbe American Red Fox
American Red Fox commented on by Mostly Microbe Lat: 43.75 Lon: -70.1010 years ago

He seems very happy to have found you and your cat! The Happy Fox! Great shot!

Mostly Microbe Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Mostly Microbe Adelaide, South Australia, Australia10 years ago

I still can't figure out what they are, even now that they've hatched. Thanks for chronicling this!
Will keep watching this post for possible ID and updates...

Mostly Microbe Shark Egg
Shark Egg commented on by Mostly Microbe Newport, Rhode Island, USA10 years ago

Not only did you find this, which on its own is amazing, but you also got to see the baby shark hatch! Wow!

Mostly Microbe Web
Web commented on by Mostly Microbe New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA10 years ago

What kind of camera did you use to take this shot? Spectacular!

Mostly Microbe Blister Beetle
Blister Beetle commented on by Mostly Microbe Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA10 years ago

Thanks for the info Latimeria! I'm glad I didn't get any closer or decide to pick this one up!

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