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pippinincarnate68

pippinincarnate68

I'm a bone collector! i also forage for wild edible and medicinal plants. sometimes i see some live critters too

Western NY state

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pippinincarnate68 Crambid Moth
Crambid Moth commented on by pippinincarnate68 San Luis Potosí, Mexico3 years ago

Omg he looks like a flying shrimp. SO CUTE

pippinincarnate68 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by pippinincarnate68 Buffalo, New York, USA4 years ago

This is actually the fruit of Sweetgum not sycamore http://www.woodcentral.com/woodworking/f...

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Unknown spotting commented on by pippinincarnate68 Connecticut, USA4 years ago

This looks like american beech

pippinincarnate68 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by pippinincarnate68 Louisiana, USA4 years ago

Looks like it could be from a sweet gum tree (liquidambar styraciflua) ?

pippinincarnate68 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by pippinincarnate68 NYC, New York, USA4 years ago

this looks like some variety of Penstemon, but im not positive.

pippinincarnate68 moss phlox
moss phlox commented on by pippinincarnate68 Baltimore, Maryland, USA4 years ago

this looks more like a species of chickweed (genus stellaria)

pippinincarnate68 Firefly
Firefly commented on by pippinincarnate68 Baltimore, Maryland, USA4 years ago

fireflies are beetles (coleoptera) this cute little guy is definitely a true bug of the order hemiptera.

pippinincarnate68 Mule Deer Antlers
Mule Deer Antlers commented on by pippinincarnate68 Arizona, USA4 years ago

Squirrels and other rodents often chew on bones and antlers and may drag them into their hiding places. If there is any evidence of chew marks on the antlers it may explain how they got under your house

pippinincarnate68 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by pippinincarnate68 Baltimore, Maryland, USA4 years ago

what a nice little rack he's growing! good shot

pippinincarnate68 Woolly bear caterpillar
Woolly bear caterpillar commented on by pippinincarnate68 Naperville, Illinois, USA4 years ago

i love these guys!