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PhotoginTN

PhotoginTN

I’ve loved nature my whole life, and photography since I was about 12. This site motivates me to keep up with both.

Hohenwald, TN

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PhotoginTN Red rumped swallow
Red rumped swallow commented on by PhotoginTN Xelvona, Goa, India2 years ago

Nice spotting and photo!
Are you active on here any more? I wish we could help make this site more lively.

PhotoginTN Brown Snake
Brown Snake commented on by PhotoginTN Sylva, North Carolina, United States2 years ago

Nice!
Are you active on here any more? I wish we could help make this site more lively.

PhotoginTN Split Gills
Split Gills commented on by PhotoginTN Uttarakhand, India6 years ago

I believe it's a Split Gill (Schizophyllum commune) Website: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/schizophyl...
For some reason, I don't get anything when I click on "Suggest an ID".

PhotoginTN Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PhotoginTN Uttarakhand, India7 years ago

It could be Commelina erecta, I suppose.

PhotoginTN Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PhotoginTN Wisconsin, USA7 years ago

It's a thistle, but I can't tell what kind of thistle.

PhotoginTN Checkered Beetle
Checkered Beetle commented on by PhotoginTN Hohenwald, Tennessee, USA7 years ago

Thanks for the ID Lauren.

PhotoginTN Carolina wolf spider
Carolina wolf spider commented on by PhotoginTN Hohenwald, Tennessee, USA7 years ago

Thanks for the ID Despina.
And Heather, I'm glad you liked my comments about it. (Now that I've ID'ed it, I have edited my comments.)

PhotoginTN Mushrooms
Mushrooms commented on by PhotoginTN Washington, USA7 years ago

That one mushroom is not happy. What's eating him?

PhotoginTN Spotting
Spotting commented on by PhotoginTN Hohenwald, Tennessee, USA7 years ago

Yes, at least one side is flattened. The shell pattern is cool. I can't figure out how the patterns are created, keeping in mind that the shell is made one 'line' at a time, kind of like a printer.

PhotoginTN Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PhotoginTN Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

Are you wanting to ID the bee, or the flower?

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