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Cerrajas Y Achicorias (Género Sonchus)

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sadawolk

Fecha

Diciembre 5, 2022 08:25 AM EST

Descripción

Parking lot plants, on a very frosty morning.

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zitserm

Fecha

Agosto 5, 2022 08:00 AM EDT

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On Rhus copallinum

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joedziewa

Fecha

Julio 10, 2022 12:29 PM EDT

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Liquen de Barba (Usnea hirta)

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ccantley

Fecha

Diciembre 2022

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ccantley

Fecha

Diciembre 2022

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 5, 2022 08:41 AM EST

Descripción

Black stromata of a Xylaria species were covered with a gray, fuzzy mold-like layer. The black stromata underneath may be something like Biscogniauxia, Eutypa or something else. My best guess for the fuzzy stuff is a black mold.

Insects

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Insectos (Clase Insecta)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 3, 2022 03:00 PM EST

Descripción

Holes in the bark of American sycamore (Platanus occidentalis). Also an interesting pattern of white, parallel broken lines.

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 3, 2022 09:58 AM EST

Descripción

Thallus lime green around the lobe margins, teal in the interior. White pseudocephyllae (photos 5,7,8).
Warty, pale green isidia (I think that's what those are) can be seen in photos 3 and 4 - these give the lichen a rough appearance, which is I guess where the name "Rough Speckled Shield Lichen" comes from.

The underside of the thallus is white.

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sus_scrofa

Fecha

Diciembre 3, 2022 04:40 PM EST

Descripción

Under rotting hardwood log

Fungi

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Hongos (Reino Fungi)

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sus_scrofa

Fecha

Diciembre 3, 2022 04:39 PM EST

Descripción

Tiny spherical red . Things on rotting hardwood log

Fungi

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Hongos (Reino Fungi)

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sus_scrofa

Fecha

Diciembre 3, 2022 04:33 PM EST

Descripción

Pale spherical globules each maybe 0.15-0.2 inches in diameter, embedded in / surrounded by white filaments (hyphae?). Under rotting hardwood log

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Falso Índigo (Amorpha fruticosa)

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tohmi

Fecha

Diciembre 4, 2022 02:23 PM EST

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Ardilla Gris de Las Carolinas (Sciurus carolinensis)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 4, 2022 12:19 PM EST

Descripción

These two squirrels were hard at work gnawing on the black walnut shells. I couldn't help but record this "Squirrel Symphony," or perhaps I should call it "Walnut Symphony." Small sweet morsels of nut meat await them once they gnaw through the hard shells. I usually resort to smashing the nuts with a hammer to extract the nut meat, but then again my incisors are not as strong as the squirrels'.

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Búho Cornudo (Bubo virginianus)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 2022

Descripción

The owl couple was enjoying the morning sunshine, perched atop a Tulip tree, under the cover of bittersweet vines laden with the red and yellow fruit. I believe the larger bird, lower down, is the female. These two owls have been together since this past winter. I've been observing these birds for almost a year now. One of them, I believe the male, used to be a lot more flighty - he would take off as soon as I came within their view. Now, they sit comfortably and allow me to observe them both. I've watched these owls be harangued by crows and ravens - they have always remained in place and defended their perch.

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sadawolk

Fecha

Diciembre 3, 2022 02:56 PM EST

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Venado de Cola Blanca (Odocoileus virginianus)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 3, 2022 03:41 PM EST

Descripción

Bright orange inner bark. Strips of bark were peeled off this American hornbeam, on the lower trunk. Perhaps these are antler rub marks of a White-tailed deer.

https://www.carleton.edu/arboretum/about/species/flora/shrub-guide/american-hornbeam/

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Asaltadoras de Cola Roja (Género Sphecodes)

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csledge

Fecha

Julio 2022

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csledge

Fecha

Julio 2022

Descripción

Vitis riparia

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Raiz de Coral (Corallorhiza odontorhiza)

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curiousbynature

Fecha

Octubre 2022

Descripción

Late Coralroot (Corallorhiza odontorhiza)

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Cola de Pavo (Trametes versicolor)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 2, 2022 08:07 AM EST

Descripción

On a fallen oak branch. Very young ones

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Hierba Gallinera (Stellaria media)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 2, 2022 07:59 AM EST

Descripción

Covered with frost

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 2, 2022 08:36 AM EST

Descripción

Old fungus growing out of the trunk of a dying Red maple , on the edge of a vernal pool.

Here is the same fungus about a month ago:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/141447351

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Liquidámbar (Liquidambar styraciflua)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 1, 2022 08:43 AM EST

Descripción

This tree was halfway falling over. What was unusual about it was the large number of winged branches. I wonder what causes some trees to have a lot of these warty branches and others not so much?

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tombigelow

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Noviembre 19, 2022 12:51 PM EST

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Lentejilla de Campo (Lepidium virginicum)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 29, 2022 08:27 AM EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 29, 2022 08:29 AM EST

Descripción

I believe this is a young basal rosette of Common mugwort. White spots on the undersides of the leaves

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 01:45 PM EST

Descripción

This lichen was growing on a Red maple in the middle of a dried out vernal pool. I still managed to get my boots a bit wet, while trying to get to the lichens to photograph them. The H. minarum was growing alongside Punctelia missouriensis and some Cladonia.

Lobes are smooth, lacking pseudocephyllae. Much of the thallus surface is covered with brownish isidia, i.e., small projections which act as structures for vegetative reproduction. The isidia break off and are carried to other places by the wind, giving rise to a new thallus.

https://www.plantscience4u.com/2014/07/difference-between-isidia-and-soredia.html

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Papiros Y Juncos (Género Cyperus)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

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Papiros Y Juncos (Género Cyperus)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

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sadawolk

Fecha

Noviembre 30, 2022 09:42 AM EST

Descripción

?

Fungi

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Hongos (Reino Fungi)

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mugglelissa

Fecha

Noviembre 30, 2022 09:58 AM EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 01:45 PM EST

Descripción

This lichen was growing on a Red maple in the middle of a dried out vernal pool. I still managed to get my boots a bit wet, while trying to get to the lichens to photograph them. The Punctelia missouriensis was growing alonside Hypotrachyna minarum and some Cladonia.

Punctelia missouriensis was first described as a new species 30 years ago in 1992:
https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/229445-Punctelia-missouriensis

Teal colored thallus with smooth, rounded lobes. The thallus is covered with numerous white isidia, which are essentially holes in the outer cortex, allowing the hyphae from the lower medulla layer to show through. The presence or absence of isidia, as well as their color is an important identification trait for lichens.

https://www.plantscience4u.com/2014/07/difference-between-isidia-and-soredia.html

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Halcón Peregrino (Falco peregrinus)

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sadawolk

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2022 01:36 PM EST

Descripción

Female

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sadawolk

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2022 02:02 PM EST

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Sauce Ceniciento (Salix cinerea)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 12:35 PM EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Mayo 7, 2022 06:01 PM EDT

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zitserm

Fecha

Octubre 20, 2021 07:59 AM EDT

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2022 08:14 AM EST

Descripción

I believe the host is an atypical Norway maple leaf (Acer platanoides) - probably one of the young leaves from the upper canopy.

Compare to Rhytisma americanum:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/140312043

R. acerinum consists of black "squiggly little islands", whereas R. americanum looks more like an actual maze. R. americanum has a pattern that radiates outwards, sort of like the dendrons radiating outward from a neuron.

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Pino Salgareño (Pinus nigra)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 12:01 PM EST

Descripción

Maybe Pinus nigra . Two needles per fascicle

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ericpo1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2022 10:07 AM EST

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alex_shure

Fecha

Junio 16, 2012 04:19 PM EDT

Descripción

Encrusted with Diplosoma listerianum

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alex_shure

Fecha

Abril 24, 2022 02:33 PM EDT

Descripción

another individual hosting barnacle growth

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Roedores (Orden Rodentia)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 11:52 AM EST

Descripción

Tiny footprints in the dunes. Maybe a mouse ?

Insects

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Insectos (Clase Insecta)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 12:36 PM EST

Descripción

Bark mine on Gray birch

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 11:28 AM EST

Descripción

This observation refers to the opaque gelatinous animal shown in the first few photos. This animal appears to be attached to another marine animal, which is orange in color. Also, there appears to be a species of sea lettuce attached to the orange animal. I think I also see a Brown bryozoan attached to the ascidian - see branched creature in the lower portion of the first photo.

https://www.marlin.ac.uk/species/detail/1566

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 11:29 AM EST

Descripción

Found on the beach

This is a sessile marine animal. In fact, what I have photographed here is a colony of animals. Each animal is known as a zooid. There are different types of zooids. The feeding zooids are known as autozooids. Bryozoans in the genus Bugula grow towards the sun.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryozoa

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ethancrenson

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2022 12:30 PM EST

Descripción

On pine. Spores are long, transversely septate scolecospores, yellowish, mostly 5-7 septate, 39-48.2 x 1.7-2.2µm, Av: 44 x 2µm, Q=22.6

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Aguililla Cola Roja (Buteo jamaicensis)

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sadawolk

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2022 02:28 PM EST

Descripción

J.A. McFaul Environmental Center

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Tunicado Marino Asiático (Botrylloides violaceus)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 11:28 AM EST

Descripción

The orange animal attached to some Broad sea lettuce

This is the only chordate known to be able to fully regenerate every part of its body.

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Lechuga Marina (Ulva lactuca)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2022 11:28 AM EST

Descripción

The green sea lettuce appears to be attached to another orange organism

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susanhewitt

Fecha

Octubre 9, 2022 03:32 PM EDT

Descripción

Galls on a leaf of Rosa rugosa. On Discovery Hill, next to the main pathway, not far from the summit of the hill.

I spotted this first and photographed it right away. Then I told Matt about it, and he then photographed it:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/138295734

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2022 04:09 PM EST

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Ganso Canadiense Mayor (Branta canadensis)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2022 01:38 PM EST

Descripción

The audio clip includes the sounds of the geese plucking the grass. Soft sounds made by presumably a young goose, can be heard around second 30. They are similar to the sounds made by young swans.

One of the geese caught my attention because she had beautiful white dappling on her head and neck. This bird is shown in the second and third photos.

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ccantley

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

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Chara Azul (Cyanocitta cristata)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 24, 2022 12:30 PM EST

Descripción

Imitating a Red tailed hawk

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Liquidámbar (Liquidambar styraciflua)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 23, 2022 08:54 AM EST

Descripción

The crinkling sounds are the sounds of sweetgum seeds raining down from the trees onto the leaf litter below.

Both aborted seeds, which look like wheat bran and the fertile, winged seeds are shown

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Liquidámbar (Liquidambar styraciflua)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 23, 2022 08:58 AM EST

Descripción

Seedpod with red / reddish hues

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 12:28 PM EST

Descripción

Like elongated coffee beans on the bark of a living River birch (Betula lenta)

Something like Psiloglonium stygium
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/133739533

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sigridjakob

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 10:10 AM EST

Descripción

On someone’s front lawn in a large ring
86 gills

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kayspurlock

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 11:29 AM EST

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Cisne de Tundra (Cygnus columbianus)

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brennafarrell

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2022 12:39 PM EST

Descripción

4+

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zitserm

Fecha

Agosto 14, 2022 10:07 AM EDT

Descripción

In deciduous woods

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 02:52 PM EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 10:42 AM EST

Descripción

Growing alongside the Scutellinia fungi

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ccantley

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2022 03:27 PM EST

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ccantley

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2022 04:41 PM EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2022 10:48 AM EST

Descripción

Next to some Trichiaceae slime molds (yellow and fluffy), as well as Holwaya mucida (second photo)

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heelsplitter

Fecha

Agosto 29, 2021

Descripción

Growing on the bark and decorticated wood of a dead, standing hardwood tree near Tsuga canadensis, Tilia americana. Carpinus caroliniana, Quercus sect. Lobatae, Carya sp., Liriodendron tulipifera, Oxydendron arboreum, Magnolia acuminata, Magnolia tripetala Acer sp. and Rhododendron sp. Asci bitunicate and 8-spored. Spores hyaline, smooth, obovoid and 1-septate. Spore measurements: (16) 17.3 – 21.6 (22.1) × (4.9) 5.2 – 6.8 µm; Q = (2.6) 2.65 – 3.5 (4.2); N = 12; Me = 18.7 × 6 µm; Qe = 3.1

Originally posted to Mushroom Observer on Feb. 24, 2022.

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 12, 2022 12:23 PM EST

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Hongo Bicolor (Gloeoporus dichrous)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2022 01:06 PM EST

Descripción

G. dichrous growing on old Trametes (I think T. versicolor)

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Roble de Los Postes (Quercus stellata)

Observ.

zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2022 02:00 PM EST

Descripción

This was my first time seeing a Post oak in the fall. I had seen one small sapling out in the central pine barrens of Long Island this summer. This was one of several Post oaks here, at the northern section of Pelham Bay Park, well weathered by the winds and the salt air of the Long Island Sound. The crimson leaves were a sight to behold! The lower surfaces of the leaves were pink and velvety, with stellate (star shaped) hairs visible under a hand lens - presumably where the name Quercus stellata comes from. The leaves, with their distinctive, asymmetrical lobed shape - wide near the apex and narrow near the point of attachment - eventually will turn a warm pinkish brown color when they fall, as seen in some of the photos. The twigs were tan, fuzzy and had small reddish brown, round buds. The bark was flaky, reminiscent of Quercus alba. The windward side of the tree was missing much of the bark. The tree had a scraggly, scruffy, asymmetrical look to it and branches were missing.

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Hongo Bistec (Fistulina hepatica)

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sus_scrofa

Fecha

Octubre 2, 2022 05:47 PM EDT

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gwenoftheglen

Fecha

Noviembre 17, 2022 09:05 AM EST

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elaphrornis

Fecha

Septiembre 27, 2022 05:10 PM EDT

Descripción

Marine Park, Brooklyn. On trunk of cultivated oak tree (Pin Oak?) at edge of playing fields area by Ave U. Oak leaves in penultimate photo..

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joedziewa

Fecha

Octubre 22, 2022 03:32 PM EDT

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sadawolk

Fecha

Noviembre 18, 2022 11:28 AM EST

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Golondrina Bicolor (Tachycineta bicolor)

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brennafarrell

Fecha

Noviembre 17, 2022 03:47 PM EST

Descripción

Large flock, some flying up against the bird blind.

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Tecolote Oyamelero Norteño (Aegolius acadicus)

Observ.

brennafarrell

Fecha

Noviembre 17, 2022 04:00 PM EST

Descripción

Probably eaten by an avian predator, maybe another owl. Looks like it was defeathered on top of the tree.
For right feather in picture 3: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/142302106

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 18, 2022 08:56 AM EST

Descripción

On the underside of a moist, well rotted, decorticated hardwood log. KOH staining yellow.

Cream colored polypore, staining brown in some spots. Mostly effused hymenophore, but saffron colored reflexed caps can be seen in some places (see photo 5)

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Gírgola Común (Pleurotus ostreatus)

Observ.

zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 18, 2022 09:15 AM EST

Descripción

On a large fallen Tulip tree. These were the largest oysters I've found.

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 18, 2022 09:07 AM EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 18, 2022 09:11 AM EST

Descripción

The fall color of the fetterbush is stunning

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pulk

Fecha

Septiembre 23, 2022

Descripción

On underside of rotting wood almost pressed against soil. Rhododendron, oak, sassafras.

Fungi

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Hongos (Reino Fungi)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 17, 2022 08:23 AM EST

Descripción

White or pale pink, wispy strands coming out of the bark of a maple branch. Photo 9 shows what look like some sort of clear worms.

See the same fungi observed on the previous day, when it had rained:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/142218157

Fungi

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Hongos (Reino Fungi)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 17, 2022 08:47 AM EST

Descripción

Pale yellow to white, cottage cheese like fungus (or possibly a slime mold), on a well decayed hardwood log.

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Descripción

On a large Northern Red oak log, with Stereum fasciatum. The Phlebia is attached to the underside of the Stereum fasciatum. In photo 4, it looks like an entire fruiting body of Stereum fasciatum may have been absorbed by the Phlebia, leaving only a "shadow" behind. Or is it the Stereum that's eating the Phlebia? I will keep checking on these fungi to see who eats whom.

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cesarcastillo

Fecha

Octubre 25, 2022 12:29 PM EDT

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Álamo Americano de Hoja Dentada (Populus grandidentata)

Observ.

zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Descripción

It's my first time seeing/noticing extrafloral nectaries on the P. grandidentata leaves (last few photos).

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Gallarita del Rosal (Diplolepis rosae)

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joedziewa

Fecha

Octubre 22, 2022 03:33 PM EDT

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Descripción

This moth somehow ended up in my apartment. Temperatures being in the 30s this evening, it was a smart move.

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Chinche Linterna Manchada (Lycorma delicatula)

Observ.

zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Descripción

At 42 degrees Fahrenheit, the lanternflies were all in a torpor of some sort or they were dying from the cold. A few barely moved a leg or two. Some didn't move at all. They were clinging onto the trees, but when I took them in my fingers, they were mostly motionless and stiff. This particular lanternfly opened its wings to display the beautiful red inner markings. Perhaps that was her way of sending me an aposematic warning, saying "don't eat me!"

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Pino Blanco Americano (Pinus strobus)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Descripción

Some sort of a witch's broom at the end of a twig

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zitserm

Fecha

Octubre 27, 2022 09:15 AM EDT

Descripción

Leafmine on Eubotrys racemosa

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ccantley

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

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Gamásidos (Orden Mesostigmata)

Observ.

zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 12, 2022 11:35 AM EST

Descripción

A glossy, dark brown critter, with pale hairs covering the posterior of the body. It looks like the creature had long, branched antennae. This tiny mite was wandering on an Eastern White Pine log. I saw this mite bump into a Dicyrtomina minuta springtail. The encounter did not seem friendly, as the larger mite propelled the springtail away from him with great speed.

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tombigelow

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2022 01:46 PM EST

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tombigelow

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2022 02:13 PM EST

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tombigelow

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2022 02:46 PM EST

Descripción

P. velutina?

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2022 04:11 PM EST
Insects

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Insectos (Clase Insecta)

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zitserm

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2022 02:30 PM EST

Descripción

Pellets of wood debris extruding from the round holes in this decorticated log