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blanket-shrouded Hairy Clematis
Hairy Clematis commented on by blanket-shrouded Lat: 40.52 Lon: -105.186 months ago

Thank you for the ID. :)

blanket-shrouded Eastern Green June Beetle
Eastern Green June Beetle commented on by blanket-shrouded Fort Worth, Texas, USA3 years ago

Thank you very much. :)

blanket-shrouded Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by blanket-shrouded Uttarakhand, India3 years ago

That's a wolf spider. There are over 200 species worldwide.

blanket-shrouded American or Purple Vetch
American or Purple Vetch commented on by blanket-shrouded Colorado, USA3 years ago

Thank you for the ID, Sarah.

blanket-shrouded Goldenrod
Goldenrod commented on by blanket-shrouded Colorado, USA3 years ago

Wow. I didn't know AI could be used for that. Thank you.

blanket-shrouded Hummingbird Clearwing
Hummingbird Clearwing commented on by blanket-shrouded Fort Worth, Texas, USA3 years ago

Thank you for the ID, bayucca.

blanket-shrouded Mountain Laurel
Mountain Laurel commented on by blanket-shrouded Austin, Texas, USA3 years ago

Thank you, Sarah. ❤︎

blanket-shrouded Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by blanket-shrouded Lebnoud, El Bayadh, Algeria3 years ago

I think it may be Amanita lanei:
http://bobkellerphoto.com/images/Coccoli...

or Amanita muscaria:
http://www.brilliantcreation.org/fileadm...

A. lanei most closely resembles yours in an quick image search except that yours lack the white veil on top. A. muscaria varies more, but mushrooms can and do vary in appearance quite a bit. I'm not sure which one of the two it is, but A. muscaria is poisonous and hallucinogenic, so don't mess with it.
Also, the location on your spotting needs to be adjusted. The map pin is in Algeria.

blanket-shrouded Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by blanket-shrouded Warminster Township, penna, USA3 years ago

It looks like the cocoon of a sphinx moth, but I'm not sure.

blanket-shrouded Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by blanket-shrouded Connecticut, USA3 years ago

I'm sure that's a kind of mayfly, but I don't know the particular species.

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