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empidonax

Highland Park, NJ, USA

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empidonax Northern cricket frog
Northern cricket frog commented on by empidonax Bernards Township, New Jersey, USA7 years ago

Thanks, Ashley!

empidonax Green Frog
Green Frog commented on by empidonax New Jersey, USA7 years ago

Thanks for your help, Sarah!

empidonax Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by empidonax NYC, New York, USA7 years ago

Maybe Striped Squill (Puschkinia scilloides)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puschkinia

empidonax Periwinkle or Blue Myrtle
Periwinkle or Blue Myrtle commented on by empidonax Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

Looks like periwinkle (Vinca sp.) — an invasive species in North America.

empidonax Green Frog
Green Frog commented on by empidonax New Jersey, USA7 years ago

Thanks, Sarah. I'm not sure I've seen a bullfrog with a dorsolateral ridge that far down it's back, though.

empidonax Eastern Painted Turtle
Eastern Painted Turtle commented on by empidonax New Jersey, USA7 years ago

I added a bit, but I'm not sure if you're looking for something more specific.

empidonax White-tailed deer leucistic variant
White-tailed deer leucistic variant commented on by empidonax New York, USA7 years ago

Very cool sighting!

empidonax Brown creeper
Brown creeper commented on by empidonax North Carolina, USA7 years ago

It's hard to get photos of those!

empidonax Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by empidonax Weare, New Hampshire, USA7 years ago

It resembles turkey tail, but for a certain identification, you need to look closely at the details (including on the underside): http://www.mushroomexpert.com/trametes_v...

empidonax Green Frog
Green Frog commented on by empidonax Highland Park, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

No, Hyla cinerea is the green treefrog, a predominantly southern species.

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