Semi dead about 3' FT tall thorny
possibly some Dinoflagellates
Looks like the Clorophyceae Volvox
looks to be some Gamophyceae
Yuma myotis recorded with an Echometer Touch. The species was verified using echolocation analysis software.
Went catch-and-release fly fishing yesterday evening. I was using a chartreuse popper and a very small fly rod. This fish hit the fly with great force for its size and put up a great fight. I observed the fish to look healthy - no lesions, scarring, discoloration or damaged fins. I released him without incident and he swam away.
La Crescenta, CA
This one was about 4.5 inches long. Sitting still on our railing.
he jumped off a wall right next to dinner table on patio when we had guests. we were on third bottle of wine, but I grabbed camera anyway, took flash shot, and took him to safe area to release, thinking it was just a young western toad. (we live next to Griffith Park). Now that I downloaded photos off camera, I have no clue.
In a backyard adjacent to Bellevue Recreation Center (BRC). Saw two other individuals in a neighboring backyard adjacent to BRC. In the past, have seen fruit on this and at least one of the other two walnut trees, including an eastern fox squirrel trying to get to the meat inside.
"This lizard keeps appearing in my kitchen. There is a large hole around the outlet behind the stove. I'm assuming it can get out if it wants to that way, but I'm not sure. It seems comfortable with me, it lets me get close, but won't let me catch it. Last night it crawled up on the stove and slept there all night! Funny little guy." - Stephanie Rogoff
Observation and photo by Stephanie Rogoff, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
these look to me like Phylum Bacillariophyceae
They were hanging out with some pigeons & seagulls, eating trash at a LA metro station
this is a small mauve pink
Fox in conifer
Fox climbing in conifer
Several males and females of this scoliid wasp nectaring on Goldenrod in native plantings along biketrail.