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NicholeSauve Red Backed Salamander
Red Backed Salamander commented on by NicholeSauve Cadillac, Michigan, USA8 years ago

I just realized I could have two more spottings on my As I have these same pictures somewhere.

NicholeSauve Copperhead
Copperhead commented on by NicholeSauve Wentworth, North Carolina, USA8 years ago

Beautiful! You should consider adding it to this mission. :)

NicholeSauve Green Pit Viper
Green Pit Viper commented on by NicholeSauve Deniyaya, Sri Lanka8 years ago

This is a beautiful spotting! I'd like to let you know your spotting is going to be used as the face of "Snakes of the World" mission. I'm going to periodically change the picture to honor all of the participants that have brought together all of these beautiful specimens into one place. Thank You. :)

NicholeSauve Pitcher Plant
Pitcher Plant commented on by NicholeSauve Michigan, USA8 years ago

Thank you. :) There are so many species within the carnivorous plant families lol. But I did have the correct scientific name, just forgot purple on the name. ;)

NicholeSauve American Robin
American Robin commented on by NicholeSauve Calgary, Alberta, Canada9 years ago

Beautiful shot! What camera are you using here?

NicholeSauve Assassin Bug Nymph
Assassin Bug Nymph commented on by NicholeSauve Dayton, Ohio, USA9 years ago

I would have to agree with your assumption so far, of it being a Reduviidae nymph. = ) Hope you can get more info on it. I see these little things quite often.

NicholeSauve Toboba de altura
Toboba de altura commented on by NicholeSauve Cartago, Costa Rica9 years ago

Beautiful snake! Love the coloring patterns!
You might consider adding it to Snakes of the World? : )

NicholeSauve Waglers Viper
Waglers Viper commented on by NicholeSauve Indonesia9 years ago

Wow! Great colors! What a beautiful spotting. You should add this to Snakes of the World Mission. = )

NicholeSauve Norway Spruce
Norway Spruce commented on by NicholeSauve New York, USA10 years ago

This is a better example.

NicholeSauve Norway Spruce
Norway Spruce commented on by NicholeSauve New York, USA10 years ago

Whether my suggestion is ultimately correct or not, I'm unsure of. It is definitely a type of spruce it looks like, but the best I could narrow it down to is the Norway. It seems to take on the spacious hanging branches more than the other species do. = ) The species is found in New York, yet I'm not positive if it is one of the native or non-native. It seems the larger more full ones have been used quite a bit as New York's Christmas tree. Hope the suggestion helps. . .or is at least correct, lol. = )

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