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atravis055 Cellar spiders
Cellar spiders commented on by atravis055 Logan, Utah, USA6 years ago

This is an Eastern Harvestman, not a Cellar Spider.

atravis055 Spiny Orbweaver
Spiny Orbweaver commented on by atravis055 Florida, USA6 years ago

Thanks! You as well!

atravis055 Spiny Orbweaver
Spiny Orbweaver commented on by atravis055 Florida, USA6 years ago

Well, I'm actually just taking a dual enrollment class there, haha!

atravis055 Spiny Orbweaver
Spiny Orbweaver commented on by atravis055 Florida, USA6 years ago

No way! Small world O.O

atravis055 Spiny Orbweaver
Spiny Orbweaver commented on by atravis055 Florida, USA6 years ago

Thank you! I actually didn't get in my house, I saw it outside of my school with its web all destroyed; so I picked it up with a napkin, took a couple pictures and set it up in a safer place.

atravis055 Greenhouse Millipede
Greenhouse Millipede commented on by atravis055 Orlando, Florida, USA6 years ago

Oh yea! It's a millipede, I found an ID for it.

atravis055 Greenhouse Millipede
Greenhouse Millipede commented on by atravis055 Orlando, Florida, USA6 years ago

Yea, sorry. It's the best I could get at the time because it's legs were moving so fast. It was definitely a centipede; it was flat and had one pair per segment. I was just wondering what type exactly.

atravis055 Atlantic Horseshoe Crab
Atlantic Horseshoe Crab commented on by atravis055 Florida, USA7 years ago

Thanks!

atravis055 Purple Barnacle
Purple Barnacle commented on by atravis055 Florida, USA7 years ago

Thank you, however barnacles are crustaceans, ( Crustaceans are in the phylum Arthropoda). Barnacle in general are protected by a thick shell, but when you break them open, out comes a six-limbed little shrimp-like thing. I listed as unknown because I did not know the specific type. Thank you for your help anyway!

atravis055 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by atravis055 Florida, USA7 years ago

Looks like a Cuban Tree Frog.

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