it lives through any climate and it never loses its leaves
It is a blue, green tree. Small in height.
Large and long stems with lots of small leaves coming off the sides. Several stems to one plant. Bright green color.
Green, looks soft and moist,Stuck to bark of a tree, scattered, and seedless.
large looks like wheat
A common green shrub with red berries. The red berries have a red in the middle and they are deadly when eaten.
A tree that bears cones and evergreen needle-like or scale-like leaves.
This is a Horsetails, it is in the same category as a fern. They reproduces by using spores and are vascular. It also does not not flower. These plants were thriving during the Paleozoic era.
Very Common around campus.
Half the size of E. Gray Squirrels, reddish dorsal coloration and tail. Not uncommon to find in the woods along the river in this area.
Regularly found in the experimental ponds. Tail was round (in cross-section) and not flat, ruling out beaver.
QUESTION MARK or EASTERN COMMA.
It was seen flying around the canopy of a large elm just outside my office window on the OSU campus. Viewed with bionculars, the wing shape and upperwing and underwing coloration suggested Eastern Comma or Questionmark, although I didn't see it well enough to rule out one or the other.