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shebebusynow

Pacific Northwest of the USLat: 21.36, Long: -157.96

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shebebusynow Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by shebebusynow GO, Brazil10 months ago

Do I see gills? or is it a polypore?

shebebusynow Murrill
Murrill commented on by shebebusynow California, USA11 months ago

So interesting to see how nature diverges: We don't see this Lepiota on the central Oregon coast, though we have a similar one with a smooth stipe. They also are pretty much out of season here now. Looks like it's Mushroom Season in the redwoods eh?

shebebusynow Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by shebebusynow California, USA11 months ago

My first thought is a Hygrocybe (waxy cap) species.

shebebusynow American barn owl
American barn owl commented on by shebebusynow Oregon, USA11 months ago

Thank you. I do people portraits, and this reminded me of them, too.

shebebusynow oyster mushroom
oyster mushroom commented on by shebebusynow Oregon, USA11 months ago

Thank you. They were really big and healthy!

shebebusynow Avian Louse
Avian Louse commented on by shebebusynow Virginia, USA11 months ago

What magnification did you use to take these photos? I'm shopping for a microscope.

shebebusynow Bison
Bison commented on by shebebusynow Alaska, USA11 months ago

They sure are a long way from their natural home! Kind of startling to see them in Alaska. Bison are never truly domesticated; they have only been "ranched" for the last few decades. They don't observe fences particularly, and are naturally inclined to roam in order to find food, especially during winter. What do they graze on there I wonder?

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Unknown spotting commented on by shebebusynow Newport, Oregon, USA11 months ago

The black twinberry is quite common near the beach of the central Oregon coast, where it is native. It is a member of the honeysuckle family. The Clerodendrum is a native of Asia, and it doesn't have double berries.

shebebusynow Fairy barf lichen
Fairy barf lichen commented on by shebebusynow Oregon, USA11 months ago

Thank you, maplemoth. It is kind of surprising how many colors the rainforest has to offer not even including leaves & flowers. There are at least 3 species of moss here, and a couple of lichen; then there's the red cedar.

shebebusynow Negev Iris
Negev Iris commented on by shebebusynow Lat: 30.96 Lon: 34.6211 months ago

What beautiful desert blooms! I had no idea these grew there. At least they are not nipped off by slugs like they are in our rain forest climate.