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markmcdonald141 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by markmcdonald141 Massachusetts, USA5 years ago

Thanks Jessica!

markmcdonald141 Eastern newt juvenile (Eft)
Eastern newt juvenile (Eft) commented on by markmcdonald141 Vermont, USA6 years ago

Thank you FD!!

markmcdonald141 Honduran Milk Snake
Honduran Milk Snake commented on by markmcdonald141 Massachusetts, USA6 years ago

Thanks for your help!!!

markmcdonald141 American Bullfrog and Green Frog
American Bullfrog and Green Frog commented on by markmcdonald141 New Hampshire, USA6 years ago

Thanks!

markmcdonald141 European Green Crab
European Green Crab commented on by markmcdonald141 Massachusetts, USA6 years ago

Thanks!

markmcdonald141 Wire worm
Wire worm commented on by markmcdonald141 Chelmsford, Massachusetts, USA6 years ago

Found under a log in a damp, pine wooded habitat in masachusets

markmcdonald141 Eastern newt juvenile (Eft)
Eastern newt juvenile (Eft) commented on by markmcdonald141 Woodstock, Vermont, USA6 years ago

Yeah these are the only newts we have up here, I guess the bright color is to warn predators of toxic substances on their skin. The young ones have bright spots on their skin too.

markmcdonald141 Calico bass/Crappie
Calico bass/Crappie commented on by markmcdonald141 Medfield, Massachusetts, USA6 years ago

Looks like a calico bass, also called a crappie

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