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Sean C.

Park Aide for Wake County Parks, Recreation, and Open Space.

Raleigh, NC

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Sean C. Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Sean C. Mookgopong Local Municipality, Limpopo, South Africa7 years ago

Not sure what this is, but it reminds me of Turkey Tail fungus.

http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecolog...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trametes_v...

Not sure if Turkey Tail is native to your area though.

Good luck!

Sean C. Northern Mockingbird
Northern Mockingbird commented on by Sean C. North Carolina, USA7 years ago

Thanks!

Sean C. Golden Paper Wasp
Golden Paper Wasp commented on by Sean C. North Carolina, USA7 years ago

Done! Thanks for the notification!

Sean C. Carolina Wren
Carolina Wren commented on by Sean C. North Carolina, USA7 years ago

Yeah this little guy (or gal) likes to sing right outside my window.

Sean C. Carolina Wren
Carolina Wren commented on by Sean C. North Carolina, USA7 years ago

Thanks Sarah!

Sean C. Milípedo
Milípedo commented on by Sean C. Veracruz, Mexico7 years ago

Looks like a dead American Millipede (Narceus americanus), but due to your location, I am not sure.

See if this helps:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narceus_ame...

Sean C. Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Sean C. Louisiana, USA7 years ago

Wow, that's pretty cool.

Sean C. Mantis
Mantis commented on by Sean C. Sabah, Malaysia7 years ago

Nice photos!

Sean C. Chinese mantis
Chinese mantis commented on by Sean C. Green Tree, Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

You are correct. I also think it's a Chinese Mantis.

Sean C. American Millipede
American Millipede commented on by Sean C. Ohio, USA7 years ago

I concur, it appears to be a Narceus americanus.

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