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MrsPbio

Prof. Naturalist since 1996. Works at Silver Springs State Park, UF Florida Master Naturalist Program Instructor, Uplands Module.

Ocala, FloridaLat: 29.19, Long: -82.14

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MrsPbio Spotting
Spotting commented on by MrsPbio Loreto, Peru6 hours ago

Wow... Am I correct in thinking this insect has been parasitized by a fungi? Maybe a Cordiceps....?

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butterfly commented on by MrsPbio 北海道地方, Japan8 months ago

Simple beauty. Lovely.

MrsPbio Swamp Sparrow
Swamp Sparrow commented on by MrsPbio Florida, USA8 months ago

According to Sibley's Guide, p.485, Clay and Chipping flock together in winter, and are very difficult to tell apart. So, based on range, and likelihood of seeing a Clay, I'm going for non- breeding plumage Chippy. :)

MrsPbio Swamp Sparrow
Swamp Sparrow commented on by MrsPbio Florida, USA8 months ago

Clay colored isn't found in Florida... But I'm working on the I'd! :!

MrsPbio Moth
Moth commented on by MrsPbio Pasig, Philippines10 months ago

Amazing colors!

MrsPbio Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by MrsPbio Lat: 55.67 Lon: 5.8510 months ago

Very beautiful!

MrsPbio Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by MrsPbio Phoenix, Arizona, USA10 months ago

Every mushroom is edible once. ;)

MrsPbio Orchids
Orchids commented on by MrsPbio Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia10 months ago

It is a fascinating relationship between this plant's roots and the mycelium of an underground fungi. Indian Pipe is another more widely-known mycoheterotrophic plant.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myco-heter...

MrsPbio Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by MrsPbio ES, Brazil10 months ago

Some species of earwig. Check this page out:

https://bugguide.net/index.php?q=search&...

MrsPbio Grey Squirrel
Grey Squirrel commented on by MrsPbio Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA10 months ago

that is a very chubby squirrel! lol