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Scarabaeinae Rough green snake
Rough green snake commented on by Scarabaeinae Maryland, USA6 years ago

Seems they must be pretty common since I have seen one
the last four times at pemberton and one on Bike ride.

Scarabaeinae Cattle Egret
Cattle Egret commented on by Scarabaeinae Maryland, USA6 years ago

Lovely photo. I think I need you to start watching out for Scarabs for me. Excellent photography! THANK YOU!

Scarabaeinae Red-bellied woodpecker
Red-bellied woodpecker commented on by Scarabaeinae Florida, USA6 years ago

These are really amazing photos. Thank you for sharing!!!!!

Scarabaeinae Red-bordered Emerald Moth
Red-bordered Emerald Moth commented on by Scarabaeinae Maryland, USA7 years ago

Very neat! I have never seen one of these before.

Scarabaeinae Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by Scarabaeinae Bryans Road, Maryland, USA7 years ago

May i use this sighting in my research?

Scarabaeinae Eastern Tailed Blue
Eastern Tailed Blue commented on by Scarabaeinae Baltimore, Maryland, USA7 years ago

Licaenidae family. One of the blues.

Scarabaeinae Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron commented on by Scarabaeinae Virginia, USA7 years ago

What an awesome photo. It looks like a paiting!

Scarabaeinae Four Toed Salamander
Four Toed Salamander commented on by Scarabaeinae Maryland, USA7 years ago

Thank you for the id. I have someone here that has helped me with identification. Four toed salamander.

Scarabaeinae Brown Pelican
Brown Pelican commented on by Scarabaeinae Maryland, USA8 years ago

Cool picture!

Scarabaeinae Black Swallowtail Caterpillar
Black Swallowtail Caterpillar commented on by Scarabaeinae Maryland, USA8 years ago

Great find. At first glance it resembles the monarch larva. Great mimicry.

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