Lots of these are blooming now on my walk to work.
Near Potomac river at Seneca Lock
Weed in lawn. Very small white flowers. Long stalk.
I never would have described a worm as "booking it" until I saw this one moving down the sidewalk this morning. I definitely didn't think it was a worm when I first saw it out of the corner of my eye!
About two inches long, fuzzy and winged insect
What kind of tree is this? I'm a western boy.
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These are blooming in lots of lawns right now. What are they?
I found more than ten Red Backed Salamanders in a small place at rock creek park. The salamanders where so abundant that whenever my dad or I lifted a log, there were at least one salamander. In one case there were three together!!! I thought it would be hard to find salamanders yesterday because it was pretty hot.
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Brown lower surface, on tree trunk, blue gray color
Gelatinous to touch, rubbery, black dots on surface, same color lower surface, on fallen branch,
Dry, on same fallen branch as jelly lichen, a bit rubbery when tugged, white dots and ridges on this one....
Uncommon in winter. Lake Artemesia, P. G. Co., MD January 25, 2015