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dcslaugh

Bradenton, FL

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dcslaugh Palm tree
Palm tree commented on by dcslaugh Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico2 years ago

Thank you all!

dcslaugh unknown mammal tracks?
unknown mammal tracks? commented on by dcslaugh Florida, USA2 years ago

Thank you all!

dcslaugh Cuban Tree Frog
Cuban Tree Frog commented on by dcslaugh Florida, USA2 years ago

Thank you, Forest Dragon!

dcslaugh Couch's Kingbird
Couch's Kingbird commented on by dcslaugh Nuevo León, Mexico3 years ago

These two species are part of an interesting phenomenon! I will pass along further what I have come across about telling the difference!

http://www.birds.cornell.edu/crows/kingb...

In addition to this, I will pass along something else I have been told. According to Pyle, you can't tell by sight when you are in the field looking at it/taking a picture. You can only go by the song or you have to have the bird in your hand and go by proportions! I can't tell you any more about this comment than that!

Now you know all I've come been exposed to about these two species!
Ultimately, the decision is up to you what to label your observation! I hope you enjoy reading about all of this! I've enjoyed your observations!




dcslaugh Assassin Bug
Assassin Bug commented on by dcslaugh West Bengal, India3 years ago

interesting

dcslaugh Sweet Wakerobin
Sweet Wakerobin commented on by dcslaugh Maine, USA3 years ago

nice photo

dcslaugh Orb-weaver Spider
Orb-weaver Spider commented on by dcslaugh San Marcos, Guatemala3 years ago

Nice photo!

dcslaugh Orb-weaver Spider
Orb-weaver Spider commented on by dcslaugh San Marcos, Guatemala3 years ago

spiny orb weaver sp. Gasteracantha sp.

dcslaugh Couch's Kingbird
Couch's Kingbird commented on by dcslaugh Nuevo León, Mexico3 years ago

kingbird (Tropical or Couch's). but hard to tell without using their the bird's song to ID it probably.

http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp...

dcslaugh Great tailed grackle Female
Great tailed grackle Female commented on by dcslaugh Nuevo León, Mexico3 years ago

Good. :)