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I am an avid outdoorsman and conservationist, I live in the Tug Hill Region of New York State, my backyard is a 10,000 acre state forest.
Rodman New York
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I believe you are right Heather, thanks for the information! I found some with the same pattern but the coloring is tough.
I will take a look.....thank you Heather!
Thanks ForestDragon, I think you nailed it!
Thankyou Dana, I appreciate the help!
Thankyou Dana, could you explain the mark you are referring to so it can be better identified in the future?
I am certainly no expert..... and I would like to have an accurate id here, so are you suggesting it is from the family Philomycidae? I'll keep looking.....
thankyou Gerardo, I was looking at your spottings, they are pretty impressive!
excellent spotting and information on puddling....thankyou!
It is hard to tell without a closeup of the head of the plant but it resembles one of my spottings.....Woolgrass.http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/718...
They do migrate, as a matter of fact I haven't seen any up here....I also noticed that there were no Adult males in your photo....not sure why......