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jodydf

I'm a lover of all living things, big and small.

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jodydf Albino Luna Moth
Albino Luna Moth commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

I would agree, except that I had seen this one flying and was unable to get a photo of it. Then I found these remains a week or so later. But I saw a regular Luna moth Monday night and got several photos! I will post them soon.

jodydf Common Checkered-Skipper
Common Checkered-Skipper commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

Thanks!

jodydf Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle
Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

Thanks again! Your comment prompted me to do some research, and you are absolutely right. We have them down here everywhere now, and they look quite similar to native species. They're causing a big stir with pet owners here, because they attach themselves to the roofs of dogs' mouths and cause serious pain and damage.

jodydf blue star
blue star commented on by jodydf Gorontalo, Indonesia4 years ago

Gorgeous!

jodydf Common Henbit
Common Henbit commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

Thanks! I changed it.

jodydf Tree Ear/Jew's Ear Fungus
Tree Ear/Jew's Ear Fungus commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

Perhaps you're right, but it was growing on a live oak, and not the typical willow, poplar, or alder. It also felt closer texturally to the description of Tree Ear. I'm new to this, so it's helpful to have these comments. Thanks!

jodydf Column Stinkhorn
Column Stinkhorn commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

I posted another column stinkhorn a few days ago, and found this one today in my field. I thought perhaps it could be another column, but it was shaped so differently than the last. Looking through photos on the internet I saw one like this called an octopus. You are probably correct, but this one is quite different from the last, which I find fascinating. I saw one yesterday, or a remnant of one, that was incredibly odd. Again I thank you for your help. I would hate to post incorrectly. Have a happy week.

jodydf Grey Rat Snake
Grey Rat Snake commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

Thanks!

jodydf Witch's Butter/Orange Jelly Fungus
Witch's Butter/Orange Jelly Fungus commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

Thanks!

jodydf Columned Stinkhorn
Columned Stinkhorn commented on by jodydf Mississippi, USA4 years ago

Those are fantastic photos. Stinkhorns are absolutely fascinating. I'm on the lookout for more!

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