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PhilipBrown Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PhilipBrown Arizona, USA8 years ago

I did not put the trump stuff in my post. I also can't edit it. If this site has been compromised in some way then I am done with it.

PhilipBrown Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PhilipBrown Arizona, USA8 years ago

An introduced species

PhilipBrown Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PhilipBrown Arizona, USA8 years ago

Hemidactylis turcicus

PhilipBrown Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PhilipBrown Arizona, USA8 years ago

Mediterranean Gecko,Hemidactylis turcocus, Amanda introduced

species found in urban and suburban settings in Phoenix and Tucson areasTrump is a useful reminder that someone can be rich and famous without being a successful human being by any meaningful psychological or moral standard.

PhilipBrown snake
snake commented on by PhilipBrown Wickenburg, Arizona, USA9 years ago

Looks like a coachwhip, Masticophis (or Coluber) flagellum

PhilipBrown Baneberry
Baneberry commented on by PhilipBrown Arizona, USA11 years ago

This is Baneberry, Actaea rubra, in the Buttercup Family (Ranunculaceae). The berries are quite poisonous! A new book (2011) that you might find useful is Mountain Wildflowers of Southern Arizona, by Frank S. Rose (Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press). He has photos of the flower, leaves, fruit, and whole plant for each species.

PhilipBrown Sonoran Spotted Whiptail
Sonoran Spotted Whiptail commented on by PhilipBrown Sierra Vista, Arizona, USA11 years ago

Tried to suggest ID, won't let me send it. Sonoran Spotted Whiptail, Aspidpscelis sonorae. See Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles of Arizona, Thomas Brennan and Andrew Holycross

PhilipBrown Sonoran Spotted Whiptail
Sonoran Spotted Whiptail commented on by PhilipBrown Sierra Vista, Arizona, USA11 years ago

Sonoran Spotted Whiptails, one of the parthenogenetic lizards whose population consists of females only. Southeastern Arizona.

PhilipBrown Chuckwalla (juvenile)
Chuckwalla (juvenile) commented on by PhilipBrown Tucson, Arizona, USA11 years ago

Chuckwalla has never been found in Saguaro NP. Nearest population is across the Avra Valley in the Waterman Mountains, about 15 miles west of the Park.

PhilipBrown Hoary Bat
Hoary Bat commented on by PhilipBrown Tucson, Arizona, USA11 years ago

Yes, misidentification on my part. It is a Hoary Bat. The information on its location and date (June 3, 2012), Chiricahua National Monument.

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