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thumbwave

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Noviembre 21, 2019 12:39 PM PST

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The recent storm probably stirred a bunch of them close to the surface near the shore where the gulls could grab them. The gulls have to puncture and drain them in order to be able to swallow them. Witnessed this at least 7 times on 11/21/2019.

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wolfgang_wuster

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Octubre 30, 2019 10:24 AM MST

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Artemisa Artemisia vulgaris

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virginiadogwood

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Noviembre 10, 2019 12:27 PM EST

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osmylus

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Agosto 17, 2009 07:55 PM PDT

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Therevidae larva. Dawn on the sand dune: The cool night has left the sand wet and firm to about 10mm depth. The wriggly lines in sand are tracks of Stiletto fly larvae moving just below the surface throughout the night. The larva occasionally breaks the surface (see holes) or reverses along their own track. The larva could be dug out easily at the end of a track.

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davidgwhite

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Agosto 8, 2018 12:05 AM UTC

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The first time I had ever seen this, i videoed the entire event as well from entry to exit. It was as if this species swims all the time. I sent it to a frogmouth expert and she had never seen that before. The bird chose to swim and flew away very easily after its swim. There appeared to be no explanation for the bird swimming as it was not particularly hot or anything unusual.

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sea-kangaroo

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Octubre 13, 2019 03:20 PM HST

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Pueo! Actually saw quite a few along this section of road!

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Rayadora de Alforjas Negras Tramea lacerata

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ricknirschl

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Septiembre 9, 2015 06:29 PM EDT

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Coyote Canis latrans

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eurobanana

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Agosto 24, 2019 05:02 PM PDT

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Septiembre 25, 2019 12:08 AM IST

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sigridjakob

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Octubre 7, 2019 04:42 PM EDT

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Spores 13µm by 8µm, on cultivated deer dung

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Flor de Borrego Eriogonum nudum

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c_michael_hogan

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Julio 14, 2019 04:01 PM PDT

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ljonez

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Octubre 2, 2019 05:05 PM PDT

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sebastian14

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Septiembre 10, 2019 10:37 AM PDT

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talgar-t64

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Septiembre 26, 2019 09:05 AM +06

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tinato

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Septiembre 8, 2019 04:35 PM PDT

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lesfreck

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Septiembre 22, 2019 06:44 PM PDT

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ncullen

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Abril 8, 2017 05:46 AM EDT

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Hierba de Conejo de Guadalupe Ericameria nauseosa

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aaroncampbell

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Septiembre 21, 2019 07:44 AM PDT

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Milpiés Clase Diplopoda

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dryocopus

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Septiembre 25, 2014 07:50 AM IST

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wildthings666

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Noviembre 2, 2014 05:30 AM IST

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1st pic is of a male and the second one shows the female below a thin layer of web. Myrmarachne plataleoides, also called the Kerengga Ant-like Jumper, is a jumping spider that mimics the Kerengga or weaver ant (Oecophylla smaragdina) in morphology and behaviour. Myrmarachne plataleoides, especially the females, mimic the Weaver Ants in size, shape and colour. The body of the Myrmarachne plataleoides appears like an ant, which has three body segments and six legs. This creates the illusion of having a distinct head, thorax and gaster of the weaver ant, complete with a long and slender waist. The large compound eyes of the weaver ant are mimicked by two black patches on the head. The males resemble a larger ant carrying a smaller one. The scientific name of the genus literally translates as "ant spider".

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sullivanribbit

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Agosto 15, 2019 10:34 PM PDT

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Cascabel del Pacífico Crotalus oreganus ssp. helleri

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gavitp

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Septiembre 14, 2019 07:30 AM PDT

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First discovered carcass at 7:30 AM, there were 3 Western Yellow Jackets feeding on the tail and one on the head (second picture). I came back 5 more times to observe the consumption of the carcass by the yellow jackets. At 9:10 AM, there were 3 Yellow Jackets on the head and none on the tail (third picture). At 11:30 AM there were no Yellow Jackets as it was probably too hot (fourth picture). At 4:15 PM, there were 7 Yellow Jackets (fifth picture). At 7:00 PM, there were 19 Yellow Jackets, all at the upper portion (pictures 1 and 6). The next morning at 7:15 AM, the carcass was gone. There were a few bones with some flesh being eaten by Yellow Jackets. Other references to this observation are https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/32776472 , https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/32777138 and https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/32777936

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richardgill

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Febrero 28, 2018 11:26 AM SAST

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Crab spider with bee prey, being heckled by jackal flies (?) :)

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briangooding

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Abril 7, 2018 12:52 PM CDT

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Dipteran parasite on male Argia fumipennis

Observation of damselfly here: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/10797332

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Mapache Procyon lotor

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birdingman

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Septiembre 8, 2019 02:30 PM PDT

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The AI had trouble identifying these apparent leucistic individuals.

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Saguaro Carnegiea gigantea

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billygdvm

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Septiembre 8, 2019 10:39 AM MST

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Crested specimen.

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jencross

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Agosto 19, 2019 10:01 PM HST

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matthhias

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Septiembre 6, 2019 10:15 AM CEST

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bamm321

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Septiembre 1, 2019 01:24 PM PDT

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kgivens

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Junio 2, 2019 10:02 AM EDT

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Lone individual crawling on a log in a relatively dry area near the top of the trail (not far from where the Lancaster Conservancy trail joins the Mason-Dixon Trail).

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Hormigas Carpinteras Género Camponotus

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jimjohnson

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Septiembre 1, 2019 02:39 PM PDT

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Severed head clinging to a hind leg of Aeshna eremita (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/32073979).

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juancruzado

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Julio 28, 2019 01:29 AM CDT

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tiwane

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Agosto 24, 2019

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Yeesh.

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beatdaddy

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Agosto 28, 2019 02:54 PM PDT

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Backyard snake in gray and yellow..what is it?

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tiwane

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Agosto 25, 2019

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Probably my favorite find of the day.

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Gusanos de Pelo de Caballo Filo Nematomorpha

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ygurjar

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Agosto 8, 2010 10:18 AM IDT

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Nagla (Google, OSM)

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Parasite worm

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valter

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Diciembre 19, 2009 03:00 PM WET

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Portugal (Google, OSM)

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Location: Europe > Portugal > Algarve

Date Photo Taken: December 19, 2009

Size: 1 cm

Info: Endemic species of Algarve, frequent and locally very common

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Ardillón de California Otospermophilus beecheyi

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Agosto 27, 2019 01:05 PM PDT

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Looks like a hairless baby California ground squirrel looking for food.

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dalilarosero

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Agosto 25, 2019 01:26 PM -05

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chunxingwong

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Noviembre 13, 2012 08:00 AM +08

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This is one of my best spottings during my stay in Maliau Basin.
A small black snail carrying its white shell with beautiful patterns. Shell diameter just 16mm.

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ernesthwilliams

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Julio 27, 2019 09:33 AM ADT

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NUMBER: 20190727
SPECIES: Striped Gooseneck Barnacle, Conchoderma virgatum Spengler, 1789
DISTINCTIONS: Most barnacles live near the surface while this one prefers mid-water, often mobile habitats. It occasionally attaches to wounds or hard parts of marine fishes (Photo), mammals, turtles, or snakes. Sometimes even to their associates or parasites (Williams, 1978, Williams and Williams, 1986). Often called a parasite but actually filter feeder like most other barnacles (Williams and Bunkley-Williams, 1996, 2019a).
SIMILAR SPECIES: Rabbit-ear Barnacle, Conchoderma atrium (Linnaeus, 1767) has 2 finger-shaped anterior projections (aka ‘ears’) lacking in C. virgatum and lacks the black stripes of C. virgatum (photo; Williams and Bunkley-Williams, 1996). It rather commonly occurs attached to acorn barnacles on whales but rarely on fishes (Mignucci-Giannoni, 1998). Dulcic et al. (2015) summarized 12 species of fishes known to have had this epibiont.
HOST: Australian Herring, Arripis georgianus (Valenciennes, 1831)(photo). This is the first record of this barnacle attached to this fish.
LOCATION: One barnacle is attached in scar tissue in the midline at the insertion of dorsal fin and 2 barnacles in a hemorrhagic lesion in midline between the eyes (photo). The first barnacle could be attached to a denuded first dorsal spine, the second 2 appear deeply embedded and may be attached to the skull of the fish. This barnacle appears to prefer the security of attachment to hard parts; however, Dulcic et al. (2015) found it attached to the skin of a fish. The present lesions were not caused by the barnacles, but probably by a predator; however, Dulcic et al. (2015) thought abrasion by swaying barnacles expanded lesions. Others have suggested barnacles aid healing.
LOCALITY: Busselton Jetty, 3L Busselton, Northwest Australia 6280, Australia http://www.busseltonjetty.com.au
LATITUDE, LONGITUDE: 33°38'12.84" S, 115°20'24.36" E (-33.6439, 115.3446)
DATE POSTED: 27 July 2019
PHOTOGRAPH: by Lachie Ramm
DISTRIBUTION: Occurs in tropical and temperate seas worldwide but rarely on marine vertebrates. It is known from Australia, but this is the first record from western Australia and the Indian Ocean off Australia (ALA, 2019: map).
DATA REPORT: Naturalist (Naturalist.org) Observation #30986750
IMPORTANCE: The occurrence of this barnacle on a fish is both rare and generally unusual (Williams, 1978, Williams and Williams, 1986). The present record represents a New Host Record and a considerable Range Extension.
OBSERVERS: Dr. Ernest H. Williams, Jr.,1,2,4,5 and Dr. Lucy Bunkley-Williams1,3,4,6
AFILIATIONS, ADDRESSES: 1Extraordinary Professors, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa; Adjunct Professors, Research Field Station, Florida Gulf Coast University, 5164 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34134; 2Dept. Marine Sciences, University of Puerto Rico (retired); 3Dept. Biology, UPR (retired); 4920 St. Andrews Blvd, Naples, FL 34113-8943; 5e-mail ermest.williams1@upr.edu; cell 239-227-3645, ORCID 0000-0003-0913-3013; 6Cell 787-467-2179, e-mail lucy.williams1@upr.edu, ORCID 0000-0003-1390-911x.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: We thank Lachie Ramm for posting his photograph and Michael Dowgiallo for improving the photograph.
REFERENCES:
ALA. 2019. Conchoderma virgatum (Spengler, 1789). Atlas of Living Australia. https://bie.ala.org.au/species/urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:b1e16974-eb95-4f7c-9c79-a4bd66d0ad3a
Dulcic, J., B. Dragicevic, M. Despalatovic, I. Cvitkovic, D. Bojanic-Varezic and M. Štifanic. 2015. Lepadid barnacles found attached to a living Lobotes surinamensis (Pisces). Custaceana 88: 727-731. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281372848_LEPADID_BARNACLES_FOUND_ATTACHED_TO_A_LIVING_LOBOTES_SURINAMENSIS_PISCES
Mignucci-Giannoni, A. A., E. P. Hoberg, D. Siegel-Causey, and E. H. Williams, Jr. 1998. Metazoan parasites and other symbionts of cetaceans in the Caribbean. Journal of Parasitology 84: 939-946. Google Scholar [220]
Williams, E. H., Jr. 1978. Conchoderma virgatum (Spengler) (Cirripedia, Thoracica) in association with Dinemoura latifolia (Steenstrup and Lutken) (Copepoda, Caligidea), a parasite of the Shortfin Mako, Isurus oxyrhynchus Rafinesque (Pisces, Chondrichthyes). Crustaceana 34: 109 111. [22]
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. B. Williams. 1986. The first association of Conchoderma virgatum (Spengler)(Cirripedia: Thoracica) with a euryphodid copepod in the mouth of a fish. Galaxea 5: 209 211. [79] Google Scholar
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. Bunkley-Williams. 1996. Parasites of offshore, big game sport fishes of Puerto Rico and the western North Atlantic. Puerto Rico Department of Natural and Environmental Resources, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Department of Biology, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, 384 pp. (book). [also Caribbean Journal of Science Special Publication 9: www.caribjsci.org/publications.html; http://www.uprm.edu/biology/cjs/biggamefish.pdf] [190] [free online]
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. Bunkley-Williams. 2019a. Life cycle and life history strategies of parasitic crustacea. Chapter 5 and Pages 179-266 In: N. J. Smit, N. L. Bruce, and K. A. Hadfield (Eds.). Parasitic Crustacea: State of knowledge and future trends. Zoological Monographs 3, Springer Nature Switzerland, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17385-2 [417]
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. Bunkley-Williams. 2019b. New host, Australian Herring, Arripis georgianus (Valenciennes, 1831), and Australian Indian Ocean locality record for the Striped Gooseneck Barnacle, Conchoderma virgatum Spengler, 1789, off Busselton Jetty, Australia. Research Quality Report, iNaturalist.org, 16 August (open access) [422]
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. Bunkley-Williams. 2019c. Partial melanism in the Australian Herring, Arripis georgianus (Valenciennes, 1831) in southern Australia. Research Quality Report, iNaturalist.org, 19 August (open access) [423]

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Sapo Americano Anaxyrus americanus

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andywilson

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Julio 27, 2019 02:27 PM EDT

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Plantas Vasculares Filo Tracheophyta

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naturesguide

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Febrero 25, 2018 11:02 AM PST

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civinsolomon

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Mayo 31, 2018 10:23 PM IST

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dloarie

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Marzo 2, 2016

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Specimen kindly supplied by Scott Loarie:
http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2729952

At first hopelessly clenched into a a tiny ball, now definitely dead but more relaxed.

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Araña Garrapata Pseudocellus sbordonii

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arachnida

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Julio 23, 2013

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Una especie de Ricinulido que se distribuye en Chiapas y Tabasco, dscrita en 2011. Habita en el interior de cuevas a partir de -80 m por debajo de la superficie.

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sarahhubert

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Agosto 5, 2019 07:25 PM UTC

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Viuda Negra Norteña Latrodectus hesperus

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drashleighm

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Julio 23, 2019 12:08 PM PDT

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Orinda (Google, OSM)

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alejandrozab

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Julio 28, 2018 06:15 AM CDT

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Enero 24, 2014 01:45 PM +0530

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Culebra Nariz Ganchuda Matorralera Gyalopion quadrangulare

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naturenate

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Agosto 1, 2019 09:16 PM MDT

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Ratón Cosechero de Salinas Reithrodontomys raviventris

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leptonia

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Julio 30, 2019 11:32 PM PDT

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Captured in a Sherman Trap and weighed/measured/identified/handled by Katie R. Smith under permit.
Identified based on tail length (92 mm), dark skin surrounding eye, bicolored tail hairs, blunt tail tip, narrowed tail base, orangey pelage, docile behavior.

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Castor de Montaña Aplodontia rufa

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carrie192

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Julio 27, 2019 02:41 PM PDT

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Busardo Augur Meridional Buteo rufofuscus

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callum8

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Mayo 12, 2019 07:07 PM SAST

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Curiously this juvenile jackal buzzard stole Ratel the jack russel's stuffed dinosaur toy and proceeded to fly around with it for 15 minutes or so.

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Seudoescorpiones Orden Pseudoscorpiones

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tiwane

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Julio 27, 2019 10:18 PM PDT

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Definitely my favorite observation of the night. Watched this pseudoscorpion grab a bug and (I think?) envenomate it. The bug struggled a bit at first but then was totally still. The pseudoscorpion then looked like it started to consume the bug.

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rose21

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Julio 25, 2019 12:42 PM PDT

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Mayo 27, 2019 03:11 PM PDT

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Caracoles, Babosas Y Parientes Clase Gastropoda

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Agosto 16, 2017 09:21 AM +0530

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Julio 19, 2019 01:23 PM SAST

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Febrero 18, 2019 09:50 AM AEST

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dhsdnsduddwqqsa

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Noviembre 22, 2017 05:39 PM AEDT

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Found along Gordon's Creek, in the leaves of a Dysoxylum gaudichaudianum sapling (at ~3-4 meters above ground). This sapling was growing next to (almost touching) a very large, mature Dysoxylum gaudichaudianum, on which small sap runs were observed ~ 2 meters from ground level.

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tonydiver

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Mayo 23, 2019 11:19 PM AEST

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ivijayanand

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Julio 1, 2016 01:06 PM IST

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Female adult spider with egg-sac on Paan leaf
Location: Badsaitilla village, Karimganj District, Assam
Date: 1st July 2016
Equipment: Nikon D800 with Micro-Nikkor 105mm

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Cascabel Moteada Crotalus pyrrhus

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wildvagabond

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Abril 15, 2017

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Speckled Rattlesnake

Crotalus mitchellii

150-mile area, Esplanade, of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon (marker on map may be incorrect).

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suhelq

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Noviembre 19, 2018 07:52 AM IST

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Remarkable roosting group of dragonflies found early morning along the Nature Trail in the WII Campus.

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Coral Confundida Micrurus langsdorffi

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sullivanribbit

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Enero 18, 2014

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malisaspring

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Julio 12, 2019 03:34 PM EDT

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Azulillas de Estanque Género Enallagma

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tiwane

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Julio 13, 2019 12:12 PM PDT

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This observation is for the blue individual.

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laurent_h

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Junio 9, 2019 11:10 PM SAST

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santis

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Junio 13, 2019 11:20 PM CDT

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Sargazo Japonés Sargassum muticum

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bclarkston

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Julio 5, 2019 01:54 PM HST

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Low intertidal, on lined chiton.

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healthyyards

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Julio 3, 2019 10:20 AM EDT

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Gato Doméstico Felis catus

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madfox

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Junio 12, 2012 07:13 PM PDT

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Hormigas Familia Formicidae

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danie143

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Julio 6, 2019 10:46 AM PDT

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Ant hill offset ~1 foot right-laterally from M7.1 Ridgecrest earthquake this weekend. My hubby took the photo.

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tiwane

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Junio 26, 2014 01:23 PM PDT

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I have never seen leeches in the wild before, and did not expect to find them on a newt. Are they affected by the newt's toxins?

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roythedivebro

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Junio 30, 2019 12:08 PM WIB

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Topera Pituophis catenifer

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tsirtalis

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Junio 7, 2019 05:55 PM MST

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Found on the grounds of this resort during the reception for the wedding. Such a special moment for the bride, who is a herpetologist!

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gbohne

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Agosto 14, 2010 10:35 AM CEST

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Arachnobas is a genus of weevils peculiar to the Moluccas and New Guinea.
When caught by an animal (e.g. me), immediately this beetle turned to lay on the back and moved its legs like a spider; probably mimicry.

Genus: Arachnobas BOISDUVAL, 1835 (Syn.: Rhynchodes)
Tribus: Arachnopodini LACORDAIRE, 1866
Subfamily: Conoderinae SCHOENHERR, 1833
[det. Alexander Riedel, 2010, based on photos]

Family: Curculionidae LATREILLE, 1802 (weevils, Rüsselkäfer)
Superfamily: Curculionoidea LATREILLE, 1802
Infraorder: Cucujiformia
Suborder: Polyphaga
Order: Coleoptera (beetles, Käfer)

Indonesia, W-Papua, SW Manokwari, Arfak Mts.: Syoubrig (Mokhwam), ca. 1600m asl., 14.08.2010; (IMG_4079)

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dhobern

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Junio 5, 2019

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Osmylops sp., probably Osmylops sejunctus (Walker), larva extracted from Eucalyptus leaf litter, Aranda, ACT, 5 May 2019

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Hierba del Ajo Alliaria petiolata

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Junio 19, 2019 07:07 PM IDT

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Martín Pescador Norteño Megaceryle alcyon

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cliygh-and-mia

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Enero 10, 2018 11:15 AM EST

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Breaking the law, went fishing and caught a fish when the sign in front of it said "No fishing"

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kookamongus

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Junio 13, 2019 01:48 PM PDT

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Hangin out with a lizard

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glen_whisson

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Junio 15, 2019 04:59 AM AWST

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small juvenile

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Cascabel del Pacífico Crotalus oreganus ssp. helleri

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richtehan

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Junio 9, 2019 11:08 AM PDT

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Mayo 17, 2017

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Junio 2, 2019 10:11 AM PDT

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mellok

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Junio 8, 2019 09:10 AM EDT

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Junio 6, 2019 07:25 PM EDT

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edmundli

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Mayo 26, 2019

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Malaysia (Google, OSM)

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Junio 5, 2019 09:56 AM +0530

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Sri Lanka (Google, OSM)
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kinmatsu

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Marzo 26, 2019 10:08 AM CST

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cclborneo

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Diciembre 11, 2017

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kueda

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Junio 5, 2019 07:20 AM PDT

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Fecha

Abril 26, 2019 03:03 PM CEST

Descripción

Photo credit. Jafar - Panglima Laot Lhok Rigaih
Enumerator. Kusuma
Info credit. WCS - Indonesian Program

3 male & 1 female

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

cclborneo

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2018

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Flamenco Chileno Phoenicopterus chilensis

Observ.

luisave

Fecha

Mayo 31, 2019 05:53 PM CDT

Descripción

Un momento único y privilegiado de la vida salvaje; un registro histórico para nuestro País: Un Flamenco Americano (derecha) y un Flamenco Chileno (izquierda) juntos en estado salvaje, insertados en una de las ciudades con mayores índices de contaminación ambiental en México.

Un individuo errante que dará mucho de qué hablar...

¡PARQUE METROPOLITANO DE LEÓN, UN LUGAR PRIVILEGIADO PARA PAJAREAR, MÁS DE 140 ESPECIES DE AVES QUE PUEDES OBSERVAR!