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barbarossa

BS Ecology & Environmental Science, Appalachian State. Currently working in Invasive Plant Management

Raleigh, North Carolina

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barbarossa Atlantic Blue Crab
Atlantic Blue Crab commented on by barbarossa South Carolina, USA7 years ago

Added to your mission! Have a few others too...

barbarossa Black Swallowtail caterpillar
Black Swallowtail caterpillar commented on by barbarossa Tennessee, USA8 years ago

Thanks!

barbarossa Catalpa Sphinx Moth Larva
Catalpa Sphinx Moth Larva commented on by barbarossa Virginia, USA8 years ago

Apparently there is a "pale phase"

barbarossa Sand Dollar Shell
Sand Dollar Shell commented on by barbarossa Florida, USA8 years ago

Click on the link for more info.

barbarossa Scarlet Milkweed
Scarlet Milkweed commented on by barbarossa St. Petersburg, Florida, USA8 years ago

Thanks!

barbarossa Jacaranda
Jacaranda commented on by barbarossa Florida, USA8 years ago

Thanks for the ID help!

barbarossa Southern magnolia
Southern magnolia commented on by barbarossa Oxford, England, United Kingdom8 years ago

Those are native here in North Carolina, love that smell!

barbarossa Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by barbarossa Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA8 years ago

Beautiful shots! I love these spring leaves.

These look like newly emerged oak leaves. I'm hesitant to suggest a species for them this early in the year, I would wait for them to mature or look up at the canopy.

barbarossa Gulf Coast Penstemon
Gulf Coast Penstemon commented on by barbarossa Bailey s Prairie, Texas, USA8 years ago

This looks like a type of Penstemon or beardtongue. A quick search revealed two dozen species in Texas, so good luck narrowing it down!

barbarossa Purple Deadnettle
Purple Deadnettle commented on by barbarossa Providence, Rhode Island, USA8 years ago

It's edible, the dead in the name just means it doesn't sting like a nettle. It isn't even closely related to nettles.

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