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Venado de Cola Blanca Odocoileus virginianus

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 08:28 PM CDT

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This buck is hoping I don’t see him. He’s in a large, undeveloped wooded ravine.

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Insectos Clase Insecta

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:42 PM CDT

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 08:04 PM CDT

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Flowers and fruit of a Noseburn. Need to investigate species.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 08:10 PM CDT

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A different Texas Feathershank, growing in partial shade at the edge of a juniper grove.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 08:07 PM CDT

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The fruits of Texas Feathershank, growing in mostly shade at the edge of a juniper grove.

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Tarántulas Género Aphonopelma

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 08:19 PM CDT

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The body of this tarantula was about 1.5 to 2 inches long. Its thorax is tan, the abdomen is two shades of brown, the leggy are blue-black. It was out roaming in the twilight when I encountered it. It ran up a wall and into the shrubbery.

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Mariposa Azufre Natalia Nathalis iole

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 08:15 PM CDT

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Small green and yellow butterfly with black leading edge of forewing, spots and yellow patch on forewing. I believe it's the same individual as my other observation but I lost it for a second as I moved from the previous plant to this Hedeoma sp..

Possibly the same butterfly: TBA

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Mariposa Azufre Natalia Nathalis iole

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 08:15 PM CDT

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Tiny green butterfly, feeding on unidentified herb. . It's 1/2 to 3/4 inches from head to tailing edge of forewing. As you can see from my fingers holding the stem it was on, it was intent on its feeding and not being seen. I didn't record the host plant.

I could swear that this is the same individual as my other nearby observation, because I followed it as it flew away, but there were a few seconds when I had to take my eyes off it to stand up, so I might have lost it and found another.

Possibly the same butterfly: TBA

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Sensitivas Género Mimosa

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:59 PM CDT

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This small Mimosa species has an elongated flower head, not neatly round like many of them are. It's a low growing, sprawling plant. The area is mowed, so it might want to be taller. The leaves were closed up when I saw it, just after sunset. The stems are prickly but not thorny.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:57 PM CDT

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Some unseen plant left these burs on my shoelaces. They're much larger than the seeds of Torilis arvensis, Common Hedge Parsley, which stuck to the lower rank of lace loops.

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Onagra de Olor Oenothera suffrutescens

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:54 PM CDT

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Growing along a sidewalk next to a greenbelt, this 2.5 foot tall bushy-stemmed beeblossom (section Gaura) has been mowed but has produced a new crop of flowers.

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Orégano Monarda citriodora

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:52 PM CDT

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A purple beebalm. This population has a lot of color variation, from white to deep purple.

This population has been previously identified as Lemon Beebalm, Monarda citriodora, and smelled lemony at the beginning of the bloom. Now, 3.5 weeks later, it smells rather pungent and not lemony. That worried me about my earlier ID until I read in the About page that later in the season, it smells more like oregano.

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Orégano Monarda citriodora

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:49 PM CDT

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A pale lavender beebalm. This population was previously identified as Lemon Beebalm, Monarda citriodora, and smelled lemony at the beginning of the bloom. Now, 3.5 weeks later, it smells rather pungent and not lemony. That worried me about my earlier ID until I read in the About page that later in the season, it smells more like oregano.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:47 PM CDT

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This 2 foot tall beeblossom plant has lanceolate leaves and a sparsely-branched stem. It's in an area that has been mowed, but it's producing another crop of flowers.

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Tréboles Agrios o Vinagreras Género Oxalis

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:45 PM CDT

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This yellow-flowered woodsorrel is about 6-8 inches tall, growing under Asteraceae and grasses along a sidewalk.

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Chamiso Viguiera dentata

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:42 PM CDT

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Another large patch of an Asteraceae that has just started flowering. It grown to over 2 ft tall.

This one has an insect friend: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47958376

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Pastos Y Cereales Familia Poaceae

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:41 PM CDT

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This 2 ft tall grass has a fat, fluffy, flower spike. Growing in mostly sun along a sidewalk.

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Chamiso Viguiera dentata

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:40 PM CDT

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This stiff, upright Asteraceae has just started to bud and flower. Last week, it was a large patch of mystery greenery.

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Calabacilla Loca Cucurbita foetidissima

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:38 PM CDT

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Growing along the edge of a sidewalk that travels the top edge of a wooded ravine. Got this shot for the flower buds.

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Madreselva Lonicera japonica

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:34 PM CDT

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This honeysuckle vine is taking over a steep hillside descending from the edge of a suburban street in mostly shade. It's covering up a lot of native vegetation.

Invasive.

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Árbol del Paraíso Melia azedarach

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:34 PM CDT

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A chinaberry tree growing near the top of a steep hillside. I am on a sidewalk level with the 10 to 15 foot level of the tree.

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Chilitos Acalypha phleoides

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:24 PM CDT

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Growing in the shade under trees, grasses, and other vegetation at the edge of a suburban street.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:23 PM CDT

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A fly-impersonating bug on a Shrubby Copperleaf.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:19 PM CDT

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This dainty herb is about 8 inches tall, growing in a roadway median in full sun.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:17 PM CDT

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The single patch of Yellow Passionflowers near my home seems to have branches that flower and die. Then another grows, flowers, and dies. And another...

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Square

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:14 PM CDT

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A patch of Pearl Milkweed growing up a limestone cliff has set fruit.

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:12 PM CDT

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I am intrigued by the way this plant has yellowing leaves that mimic its yellow flowers, which are not open all day long. It happens in all of the flowering plants of this species I've seen this season. The leaves are very sticky and attach easily to skin and clothes.

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Mariposas Y Polillas Orden Lepidoptera

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:10 PM CDT

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A tiny white moth with speckles, on an herbaceous leaf. I spent a lot of time sneaking up on it with my camera from far away, only to find that it stayed still even when I moved the plant and almost touched it with my finger. When I actually touched it, thinking it was just detritus, it flew away.

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Algo...

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:07 PM CDT

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jbecky

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Mayo 30, 2020 07:05 PM CDT

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This little bumblebee was buzzing around as I took pictures of wildflowers. It hovered near my knees several times, which was a bit odd. It even hovered so still that my camera could pick it out against the background and focus on it.

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