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ktcosmos Spotted Blister Beetle
Spotted Blister Beetle commented on by ktcosmos Prescott, Arizona, USA5 years ago

Someone suggested Epicauta pardalis for the black and white ones, but I hadn't noticed the gray ones till you mentioned seeing more than one kind in the photo. Thank you

ktcosmos Oyster mushroom
Oyster mushroom commented on by ktcosmos Lat: 34.57 Lon: -112.446 years ago

Thanks for the suggestion. Based on shape, color and time of year I wondered also about Panellus serotinas?

ktcosmos Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ktcosmos São José do Rio Pardo, São Paulo, Brazil8 years ago

It might be a coral snake ?

ktcosmos Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ktcosmos Utah, USA9 years ago

Oh, sorry about that unuseful input. My granddaughter loves going through Noah on my phone when she is at my house and often leaves "helpful" suggestions without looking at the other comments and descriptions.

ktcosmos Screwbean Mesquite
Screwbean Mesquite commented on by ktcosmos Gilbert, Arizona, USA9 years ago

Thank you, Maria!

ktcosmos White-tailed Deer
White-tailed Deer commented on by ktcosmos Rockville, Maryland, USA9 years ago

It could be a female deer

ktcosmos Mouse
Mouse commented on by ktcosmos Maryland, USA9 years ago

It could be a mouse

ktcosmos Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ktcosmos Utah, USA9 years ago

It could be a bat?

ktcosmos Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ktcosmos Arizona, USA9 years ago

It might be a common slide blotched lizard?

ktcosmos Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ktcosmos Mesa, Arizona, USA9 years ago

Could it be a zebra tailed lizard?

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