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lalindberg1 Red Bat
Red Bat commented on by lalindberg1 Matinecock, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

Thanks Karen. I called it Tri-colored because several were around the building all summer. But in looking closer & doing further research, Red Bat seems a better ID. That species has also been seen in the area.

lalindberg1 Tri-colored Bat
Tri-colored Bat commented on by lalindberg1 Matinecock, New Jersey, USA8 years ago

Thanks Ava T-B, I updated ID of Tri-colored Bats and joined North American Bat Tracker mission

lalindberg1 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by lalindberg1 Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada9 years ago

This looks like the flower of a common plant in lawns and meadows.

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Unknown spotting commented on by lalindberg1 Burr Ridge, Illinois, USA9 years ago

This plant was introduced as culinary plant but is now an invasive weed in woodlands throughout North America.

lalindberg1 Swamp Maple (Flowers)
Swamp Maple (Flowers) commented on by lalindberg1 New York, USA9 years ago

Red maple is also called swamp maple, a common wetland indicator tree

lalindberg1 Trout lily
Trout lily commented on by lalindberg1 Locust Valley, New York, USA9 years ago

This is probably Erythronium dens-canis, a European species that is cultivated as a landscape plant. I found several large patches (dozens of plants) in this old estate woodland.

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