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ulvalactuca77

I love to take pictures. I love nature. I love to take pictures of nature and identify it for myself!

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ulvalactuca77 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ulvalactuca77 New Jersey, USA4 years ago

Somebody help.

ulvalactuca77 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ulvalactuca77 Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA4 years ago

Based off the white patches below the eyes, I suspect this is a Gray Treefrog.

ulvalactuca77 Blunt-headed Slug Snake
Blunt-headed Slug Snake commented on by ulvalactuca77 Malaysia6 years ago

What an amazing and unique looking snake!

ulvalactuca77 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ulvalactuca77 New Jersey, USA6 years ago

These are the only pics I have Sergio and unfortunately I had to take these with my phone. I didn't even realize it had legs until I saw the images I posted here to Noah. The first image you can see the unusual legs sticking out from under the body. Going to google sawfly now, THANKS!

ulvalactuca77 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ulvalactuca77 Curitiba, Paran√°, Brazil6 years ago

I see that this has yet to be IDd. I came back for maybe a little help with my spotting that seemed similar. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/392...

ulvalactuca77 Target Beetle
Target Beetle commented on by ulvalactuca77 Costa Rica6 years ago

:)

ulvalactuca77 Black Mangrove.
Black Mangrove. commented on by ulvalactuca77 Florida, USA6 years ago

I love mangrove habitat!

ulvalactuca77 Indian Chameleon
Indian Chameleon commented on by ulvalactuca77 Maharashtra, India6 years ago

Spectacular coloring and great action shot!

ulvalactuca77 Yellow Houseplant Mushroom
Yellow Houseplant Mushroom commented on by ulvalactuca77 Natchitoches, Louisiana, USA6 years ago

That's crazy!

ulvalactuca77 Yellow Garden Slug
Yellow Garden Slug commented on by ulvalactuca77 Concord, California, USA6 years ago

I agree Hema, looks a LOT like Limacus flavus or Limax flavus. Possibly invasive? If so, good to record.