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Wild Buckwheats Genus Eriogonum

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danielgeorge

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April 28, 2017 02:39 PM PDT

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bristly jewelflower Streptanthus glandulosus

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danielgeorge

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April 28, 2017 02:24 PM PDT

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crinkled onion Allium crispum

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danielgeorge

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April 28, 2017 02:16 PM PDT

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smallflower melicgrass Melica imperfecta

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danielgeorge

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April 28, 2017 02:11 PM PDT

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common bluecup Githopsis specularioides

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danielgeorge

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April 28, 2017 01:49 PM PDT

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canyon clarkia Clarkia epilobioides

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danielgeorge

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April 28, 2017 01:45 PM PDT

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Compact Brome Bromus madritensis

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danielgeorge

Date

April 28, 2017 01:43 PM PDT

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subspecies rubens

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Cudweed Genus Pseudognaphalium

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danielgeorge

Date

April 28, 2017 01:39 PM PDT

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California Myotis Myotis californicus

Observer

danielgeorge

Date

April 23, 2017 08:24 PM PDT

Description

Keel present, 39mm forearm, 12mm ear, weight 6.9 grams, adult male. This bat was captured by Gabriel Reyes of the USGS as part of a White-nose Syndrome (WNS) surveillance study under National Park Service permit #: PINN-2017-SCI-0004. After the documentation of WNS in Washington State in 2016, a series of studies across the Western United States by the NPS and other land managers have been launched to determine which Western species may be vulnerable to WNS and identify areas areas where the disease has either already arrived or may appear. Additional work to better understand the distribution and ecology of bats in the Bay Area will be underway in the summer of 2017, including acoustical monitoring work at several sites in California.

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Crane Flies Infraorder Tipulomorpha

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danielgeorge

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April 27, 2017 12:18 PM PDT

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Big Brown Bat Eptesicus fuscus

Observer

danielgeorge

Date

April 23, 2017 10:52 PM PDT

Description

This bat was captured by Gabriel Reyes of the USGS as part of a White-nose Syndrome (WNS) surveillance study under National Park Service permit #: PINN-2017-SCI-0004. After the documentation of WNS in Washington State in 2016, a series of studies across the Western United States by the NPS and other land managers have been launched to determine which Western species may be vulnerable to WNS and identify areas areas where the disease has either already arrived or may appear. Additional work to better understand the distribution and ecology of bats in the Bay Area will be underway in the summer of 2017, including acoustical monitoring work at several sites in California.

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Fringed Myotis Myotis thysanodes

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danielgeorge

Date

April 23, 2017 11:27 PM PDT

Description

Battery on phone crashed before I got a photo of the fringe on tail membrane! This is the same individual photographed by nico08. No keel, 43mm forearm, 18mm ear, weight 9.9 grams, adult female. This bat was captured by Gabriel Reyes of the USGS as part of a White-nose Syndrome (WNS) surveillance study under National Park Service permit #: PINN-2017-SCI-0004. Second photo depicts collection of a sample to test for WNS. After the documentation of WNS in Washington State in 2016, a series of studies across the Western United States by the NPS and other land managers has been launched to determine which Western species may be vulnerable to WNS and identify areas areas where the disease has either already arrived or may appear. Additional work to better understand the distribution and ecology of bats in the Bay Area will be underway in the summer of 2017, including acoustical monitoring work at several sites in California.

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black locust Robinia pseudoacacia

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danielgeorge

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April 26, 2017 08:23 AM PDT

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Butterflies and Moths Order Lepidoptera

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danielgeorge

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April 25, 2017 06:44 PM PDT

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Yuma Myotis Myotis yumanensis

Observer

danielgeorge

Date

April 24, 2017 10:13 PM PDT

Description

No keel, 34mm forearm, 11mm ear, weight 6.3 grams, adult male. This bat was captured by Gabriel Reyes of the USGS as part of a White-nose Syndrome (WNS) surveillance study under National Park Service permit #: PINN-2017-SCI-0004. After the documentation of WNS in Washington State in 2016, a series of studies across the Western United States by the NPS and other land managers have been launched to determine which Western species may be vulnerable to WNS and identify areas areas where the disease has either already arrived or may appear. Additional work to better understand the distribution and ecology of bats in the Bay Area will be underway in the summer of 2017, including acoustical monitoring work at several sites in California.

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Western Small-footed Myotis Myotis ciliolabrum

Observer

danielgeorge

Date

April 24, 2017 11:48 PM PDT

Description

Keel present, forearm length 32mm, ear 10mm, weight 6.2 grams, adult female. This bat was captured by Gabriel Reyes of the USGS as part of a White-nose Syndrome (WNS) surveillance study under National Park Service permit #: PINN-2017-SCI-0004. After the documentation of WNS in Washington State in 2016, a series of studies across the Western United States by the NPS and other land managers have been launched to determine which Western species may be vulnerable to WNS and identify areas areas where the disease has either already arrived or may appear. Additional work to better understand the distribution and ecology of bats in the Bay Area will be underway in the summer of 2017, including acoustical monitoring work at several sites in California.

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Hoary Bat Lasiurus cinereus

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danielgeorge

Date

April 25, 2017 12:07 AM PDT

Description

This bat was captured by Gabriel Reyes of the USGS as part of a White-nose Syndrome (WNS) surveillance study under National Park Service permit #: PINN-2017-SCI-0004. After the documentation of WNS in Washington State in 2016, a series of studies across the Western United States by the NPS and other land managers have been launched to determine which Western species may be vulnerable to WNS and identify areas areas where the disease has either already arrived or may appear. Additional work to better understand the distribution and ecology of bats in the Bay Area will be underway in the summer of 2017, including acoustical monitoring work at several sites in California. This species not expected to be vulnerable to WNS. Parasitic worms noted emergent from anus.

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Pallid Bat Antrozous pallidus

Observer

danielgeorge

Date

April 24, 2017 11:59 PM PDT

Description

59mm forearm, weight 32.3 grams, adult female. This bat was captured by Gabriel Reyes of the USGS as part of a White-nose Syndrome (WNS) surveillance study under National Park Service permit #: PINN-2017-SCI-0004. After the documentation of WNS in Washington State in 2016, a series of studies across the Western United States by the NPS and other land managers have been launched to determine which Western species may be vulnerable to WNS and identify areas areas where the disease has either already arrived or may appear. Additional work to better understand the distribution and ecology of bats in the Bay Area will be underway in the summer of 2017, including acoustical monitoring work at several sites in California.

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Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica

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danielgeorge

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April 21, 2017 10:56 AM PDT

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Bombardier Beetle Genus Brachinus

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danielgeorge

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April 25, 2017 12:27 AM PDT

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danielgeorge

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April 23, 2017 09:47 AM PDT

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Botta's Pocket Gopher Thomomys bottae

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danielgeorge

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April 23, 2017 04:03 AM PDT

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Mule Fat Baccharis salicifolia

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danielgeorge

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April 21, 2017 03:56 PM PDT

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Wolf Lichens Genus Letharia

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danielgeorge

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April 16, 2017 12:36 PM PDT

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Butterfly Mariposa Lily Calochortus venustus

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danielgeorge

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April 16, 2017 02:13 PM PDT

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evening primrose family Family Onagraceae

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danielgeorge

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April 16, 2017 01:41 PM PDT

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Dodders Genus Cuscuta

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danielgeorge

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April 16, 2017 01:40 PM PDT
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Insects Class Insecta

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danielgeorge

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April 16, 2017 01:39 PM PDT

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Fremont's Monkeyflower Mimulus fremontii

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danielgeorge

Date

April 16, 2017 01:35 PM PDT

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Butterflies and Moths Order Lepidoptera

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danielgeorge

Date

April 16, 2017 01:30 PM PDT

Description

Top of plant largely denuded. Bottom of plant in second photo for clue as to what the caterpillar was apparently eating.

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