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WhitneyFish

WhitneyFish

I am an artist and lover of all the tiny things most people overlook.

Seattle, WA

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WhitneyFish Black Katy Chiton
Black Katy Chiton commented on by WhitneyFish Ouzinkie, Alaska, USA4 years ago

the one on the left is probably some variant of a lined chiton. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonicella_l...

WhitneyFish Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by WhitneyFish Saint-Jean-de-Fos, Languedoc-Roussillon, Tromelin Island4 years ago

Was it soft on top? Where there any trees nearby that this could have been growing off the roots of? It looks like it could be a velvet top fungus. http://www.mushroomexpert.com/phaeolus_s...

WhitneyFish Sulphur Shelf Fungi
Sulphur Shelf Fungi commented on by WhitneyFish Connecticut, USA4 years ago

chicken of the woods!

WhitneyFish Rugosa Rose
Rugosa Rose commented on by WhitneyFish Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada4 years ago

that's a rose hip :)

WhitneyFish Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by WhitneyFish Montana, USA4 years ago

what a beautiful moth!

WhitneyFish Green isopod
Green isopod commented on by WhitneyFish Copeland, England, United Kingdom4 years ago

I don't think its native to your area (maybe it's invasive?) but it looks like a Pentidotea wosnesenskii aka a green isopod

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentidotea_...
http://www.wallawalla.edu/academics/depa...

WhitneyFish fire-colored beetle
fire-colored beetle commented on by WhitneyFish Vermont, USA4 years ago

maybe a fire-colored beetle (Neopyrochroa femoralis)

WhitneyFish Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by WhitneyFish Iowa, USA4 years ago

Maybe Leocarpus fragilis?

WhitneyFish Broad-Necked Root Borer
Broad-Necked Root Borer commented on by WhitneyFish Connecticut, USA4 years ago

Probably a male, judging from the antenna size in relation to it's body.

WhitneyFish Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by WhitneyFish Akron, Ohio, USA4 years ago

It looks like a Amanita pantherina but I am not sure those are typically found in Ohio....Definitely an amanita of some sort.