Dont remember how many leaves were at the joints/nodes of this particular plant.
Found on the AT in the Palmerton Mines Super fund site. Probably not the best place to be picking edible plants but I have been told they are delicious.
It was about about 1600 hrs when I spotted this raptor perched atop a large boulder. Not sure if this is enough picture for positive id, thinking it was a red tailed hawk, dark morph? Thanks
Periwinkle Blue Maine lobster, the guy at the counter said this one was one in a million.
Using an old Peterson guide for mammals, bi-colored tail for sure, any other key identifying characteristics here? Thanks.
Don't know if it is M. dioica or M. tetracistra? Suggestions?
Slow morning getting up, unzipped the tent and was about to step off the platform and these two were just hanging out right there.
Any suggestions on species? Also, any suggestions on identification resources (guides or websites) for wildflowers? Thanks
Any suggestions on some good guides or websites for butterflies and moths of N. America? Thanks