Perhaps female or immature spider of this species (none of teh red marks apparently indicating males). Photo by Chistopher Villasenor.
Adult moth. Photo by Steve Whatley. Perhaps Amblyptilia pica?
Adult moth. Photo by Steve Whatley
Photo by Jennifer Cole
Nest suspended in a jacaranda tree. Photo by Rebecca Konegen.
Adult spider. Photo by Joyce Tierney
Scat with seeds and berries; identification by James Bryant, Erika Presley and Ryan Sendejas. Photo by Denise Mares
Scat with hair and berries; identification by James Bryant, Erika Presley and Ryan Sendejas. Photo by Denise Mares
Plants with blossoms mixed among unknown species of Brassica. Photo by Denise Mares
With blossoms; identification assistance from Erika Presley, "hard to tell the ssp but maybe polifolium". Photo by Denise Mares
Photo by Denise Mares
Adult bird standing among double-crested cormorants, what might be a snowy egret nearby. Photo by Nathan Ellstrand
Track in decomposed granite
Photo by Vicente Nunez
Adult in large web. Photo by Vicente Nunez
Larva found among rose foliage. Photo by Lee Simmons
Larvae: "at the base of a palm tree near the bank across from the Historic Riverside County Court House. There were three next to each other. They were about 2" stretched out". Photo by Nathan Heick
Photo by Katina Tilden
About 4-5 inches long; Hiltonius, perhaps? Photo by Leah Viz.
Photo by Michael Voeltz; galls on on Salvia apiana. Identification per Dr. Peter Bryant at http://nathistoc.bio.uci.edu/diptera/Rhopalomyia%20audibertiae.htm
Photo by Michael Voeltz. Slightly prickly leaves.
Identification by UC Riverside Herbarium botanist Andrew Sanders.
Photo by Michael Voeltz: "No flowering part to help identify.... Seems common but not abundant...." Identification by UC Riverside botanists Andrew Sanders: "P. distans? — can’t see enough to be sure, but that’s my best guess."
Photo by Michael Voeltz: "Common/Abundant along this particular stream". Identification by UCR herbarium botanist Andrew Sanders as "Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum".
Adult bird. Photo by Daniel Orth: "Seen by the Santa Ana River near the Riverside waste treatment plant. There were a few on the river side of the bike trail and many more on the sewer treatment side sitting along the holding pond. "
Adult insect. Photo by Christopher Villasenor
Adult, probably a female, perched in the rain behind Central Congregation Church.
Photos by Kevin Hallaran.
Adult insects; identification by UC Riverside entomologist Doug Yanega. Photos by Jeremy May
Photo by Paul Montanez
Photo by Christime Hoehner