Found upwards of 20 slender salamanders in a riparian oak forest.
Three stages of the same cone, anyone know the tree it comes from?
Looks like a pill bug, only white and hairy.
There were a lot of these winged ants around today on campus, and I've never seen them before. They were often around some medium-sized, all-dark ants that lacked wings. These wingless ants seemed to often be walking in closely connected pairs. I am wondering if this was some sort of hatching event for a winged ant species or class within a species?
With a Bushtit (see previous entry)
In bottle brush, part of a standard-sized flock of 19
Twenty years on this campus, and for the first time I see a cottontail! And it brings my team the luck to WIN THE WORLD SERIES!
I have no idea how this stink bug got into my 8th floor room! But, it did, and therefore, it is iNat-ted. I do not know why it liked the plastic carton that the cheese came in, but it did.
Date may be approximate.
These spiders frequent my house, especially in warm seasons. This one I caught in a cup and photographed before releasing outdoors. The date for this photo is approximate (file doesn't have it anymore), but I see these spiders regularly.
Need help identifying what this flying any or termite looking thing is.
Found growing on a possibly diseased plum tree.
From past files .