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elaurynharper

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elaurynharper Grizzly Bear
Grizzly Bear commented on by elaurynharper Carrizo Springs, Texas, USA8 years ago

:/ I keep saving my location as Denali, Alaska but it reverts back to Carrizo Springs, TX where the photo was uploaded.

elaurynharper Yellow map Lichen
Yellow map Lichen commented on by elaurynharper Lat: 63.83 Lon: -149.738 years ago

This was not my research project, but one that I did grunt work for as an undergraduate. I never got his results before graduating, but they grow at a rate of ~.5mm per year. This lichen here is about 3cm across. We took measurements of hundreds of round lichens in the area. He made some conclusions based on averages of those numbers. As far as I know, his work is still ongoing!

elaurynharper Alaska Marmot
Alaska Marmot commented on by elaurynharper Carrizo Springs, Texas, USA8 years ago

Thank you for the ID help~

elaurynharper Black bear
Black bear commented on by elaurynharper Lat: 63.83 Lon: -149.738 years ago

thank you!

elaurynharper Canna Lily
Canna Lily commented on by elaurynharper San José, Guanacaste, Costa Rica8 years ago

thanks for the species ID! I had trouble with this one...

elaurynharper Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by elaurynharper İstanbul, İstanbul, Turkey8 years ago

I don't, sorry :/ but also this was taken on a bridge and freshly caught from below. I will try and find out from my friend who was with us if she knows what kind they are. Thanks!

elaurynharper Desert Stink Beetle
Desert Stink Beetle commented on by elaurynharper Carrizo Springs, Texas, USA8 years ago

Awesome Thank you for your ID suggestion :)

elaurynharper Alaska Marmot
Alaska Marmot commented on by elaurynharper Carrizo Springs, Texas, USA8 years ago

This was taken in Alaska, near Mt. Mckinley, any ideas? All I know is its a marmot. I had assumed it was an alpine marmot because of the habitat.

elaurynharper Nine-Banded Armadillo
Nine-Banded Armadillo commented on by elaurynharper Carrizo Springs, Texas, USA8 years ago

Yes it was, and road pizza. We didn't hit it though, just found it. The speed limit there was 70 mph. Look at how little damage the outer shell has considering the speed it might have been hit at! Incredible...

elaurynharper Brown tarantula
Brown tarantula commented on by elaurynharper Carrizo Springs, Texas, USA8 years ago

Maybe around 4-5" across, pretty big. We found this guy and others on a rig in South Texas, they certainly do wander around there, but they are in remote ranch areas. I've never seen one in our residential area (thankfully!).

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