I've seen these a dozen times at this location, but lack the gear to get a nice image.
Notice the tick in photo 2.
Scavenging Wild pig leftovers.
Scavenging wild pig remnants.
Found growing it the middle of a pile of leaves. Two of the same plant was found in the same area. Is about one foot in length wide. Is green. The leaves of the plant are round.
Adjacent to altered creek/drainage with riparian flora beneath oaks. S/SW corner of vineyard lot.
Austin Creek Campground - Just behind site #4
This Oregon ash has seven leaves per leaflet, with long fruit about 35 cm long (longer than dipetala). The bark is furrowed and this tree is about eight meters high, much taller than dipetala.
These algal mats were seen atop the surface of a slackwater portion of the Russian River.
This half of a bivalve was found on a gravelly bar in the floodplain of the Russian River. Its size is about nine mm across.
This small plant appears to be in its early growth stage on a disturbed gravel bar in the floodplain of the Russian River.
A small stand of this grass species was seen along the northern trail to the Russian River. The total height of this nodding taxon was about 150 cm. The cauline leaves numbered about four per culm. Rooting was shallow.
Seen along the north bank trail in a ruderal area, this alien species was invading this local area.
Seen in the upper riparian zone of the Russian River.
This Libellulid was resting in very dry annual grassland.