6 inches long and 1-2 centimeters around. It was tube shaped and a pinkish color. It had no arms or legs and I only saw one around this area.
Where is it
In my Backyard off the patio. The area is full of leaves.
What is interacting with it
The plant gets pollinated by bees in the spring.
The size shape and colors
5 ft tall it's a bush the steams are brown and the leafs are green. There are over 50 steams.
The leaf is 2 cm long and there are three points. It is green and some brown in color.
The stem is long and brown. Thin like string and easily bendable.
I did not see any flowers on the plant now but I know what they look like from last spring. They are small white and contain 6 petals. The petals are white and green.
Dark and cold
Location and what the area looks like
The squirrel was on the top of my fence running along it. The Fence is made of wood and in my backyard.
What was it interacting with
The squirrel runs to an oak tree. (Probably to get nuts for winter)
The size, shape and colors of the head
The head is as long as my middle finger. It's smooth round and has a stubby nose.
It's the length of my forearm, long skinny and puffy with fur. The colors are brown and grey.
Arms are the length of my pointer finger. They are skinny and smooth. Brown with black paws.
Small, with grey head and body, with a white underbelly. Seems to be eating some sort of nut, clawing and biting at the object. Tiny but sharp claws, attached to skinny, delicate arms. Strong hind legs are holding up its large, bushy tail as it perches on the back fence. About 6 inches tall, grey throughout, brownish head, pink nose.
Thin, light brown spotted trunk, about 10 inches in diameter. Long, scrawny branches drooping down about halfway down the tree with small, dark green ova l leaves. Lots of leaves and apples scattered around the base of the tree with many yellow tinted red apples still left hanging on the edges of the branches and near the middle of the tree. Trunk has a smooth, rigid feel to it when rubbed. About 11 feet in size.
The grass was about as tall as my thumb, it was more tall then thick. It was more green then brown there were a lot of grass, and some were turning more brown then others because it's getting colder.
It was in on oak tree branch with grass under it. It was an adult. It had something in its mouth like maybe a nut or acorn. It's head was about the size of a gulf ball, round and gray with some brown near its eyes and ears with fur everywhere. It's body was about eight inches mostly gray and had fur all over it. It's arms and legs were both about 2 inches with fur all over them, they were gray with some brown also. It had black eyes.
The lilac altogether was ten to eleven feet tall. The lilac leaf is three and a half inched in length and two and a half inches in width. It is shaped in a spear head. It is light and dark green with brown around the perimeter of the leaf. The trunk is about a foot long and as thick as a large rolling pin and the rest is under the soil. The lilac has grey-brown coloring for the bark, and there are six stems coming off the trunk with tons of suckers. Most of the flowers are around half a centimeter long and wide. All of them are charcoal black, and the flower stems have about nine to twelve flower clusters, and all of the flowers are dead and stiff and crumbling.
The trunk is about 1 foot in circumference, and is slightly rough, round, and like a cylinder. Its colors include light brown, from the bark, and light white green from lichen. There are about 30 branches coming off of the trunk, with smaller branches attached to those ones. Some special features it has include long, skinny branches or stems coming down from the smaller branches tips, which probably had berries or flowers on them in earlier, warmer seasons. The tree is in its mature, adult stage, but has no leaves, flowers, seeds, or cones due to the Fall and Winter. It is surrounded by dead leaves, probably from the tree itself, trees of the same species of that, and multiple pine trees.
The ladybug had a head the size of a dull piece of pencil lead that is triangular and black and white with two black antennae. It's body is a little smaller than my pinky fingernail, oval like and black. It's two wings are two semicircles held together to also look oval like, half the size of my pinky fingernail. They are yellow with black dots. The ladybug has six legs also about half the size of my pinky fingernail, skinny like a piece of hair and tan colored. Standing on my hand above my yellow folder on the sidewalk infront of my blue house. About two feet away from a tree. It was dark and cold outside.
The plant is dead. It is standing still next to the busy street. The leaves are crumbled and point and have a light brown color. Its stem is long, thin, and is light brown. It is about 2 meters tall and there are 5 dead leaves on each dead branch.
Humans are playing with it while it is laying down. It has sliver/white/black fur. Its head is pointy while its body is chubby and pear shaped. Its arms and legs are long when stretched out.
On a sunny, cold a brisk day at 12:25pm I saw a captive apple tree in my backyard. The tree was in a grassy/dirty area near a sandbox. The mature tree is growing near weeds and grass. There were no interactions at the moment because the tree is mostly done for the season, but when producing fruit bugs will eat the apples. The tree is 15ft tall and 6.5ft wide in all. The leaves are 3.5 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. The leaves are slightly rough and are drooping. It has greenish yellow leaves with brown splotches (because it is old)There are about 80-100 leaves, I could not count them all. The trunk is about 12ft and is smooth. The 2 trunks is brownish gray. It is curvy and bends in many different directions. The branches are narly and have bumps at the new of them. The seeds in the apple are about 1.5cm long and .8cm wide. The y are small and smooth and are a brownish black color. There are about 5-7 in each apple, so about 200 in the tree. The flower of this tree, an apple, is not in growing season, but still have about 30 apples on the tree. They are not looking so good and are no longer good for eating. These apples are red, but are turning yellow from age. They are round, smooth and have wholes in them from when bugs used to eat them. That is the description of an urban, out of season apple tree.
It had no leaves wasn't huge or that tall but it's an adult it was brown and had stems
The yew tree looks to be in the adult stage of life. There is a really bulky Cardinal eating the last of the berries in the tree, the cardinal is sitting on the uppermost branches of the tree. The leaves of the tree are 2 1/2 inches long and 3 millimeters wide, they are narrow, oval, and tapering to a point. The color of the leaves is dark green, which gets lighter near the base. There are 38 of these leaves attached to one branch and they give a pleasant aroma that reminds you of pine trees. The stem can vary between 6 inches to a foot in length, and are about as wide as the fingernail of my forefinger.
it had a round head and it was brown. Its body was muscular and brown too and lean for jumps to trees. It had short arms. It also had short strong and quick legs. It's body is brown so it can camouflage into the trees bark.
No leafs or needles.
Half a foot by a half a foot light brown trunk. The texture is rough. Many brown twigs at the end of the branches.
Needle: as thick as a pencil lead and as long as 1/2 of a inch.
The shape is round with a small point. Colors of needles: light green spots of yellow.
Trunk: one foot by one foot in a circle light brown with some unusual spots that are white and green.
Cone: very small as small as a nose. Round and long light brown.
The head was about 2-4 in long, with a small nose and the head was round. The head was mostly gray but had black eyes on the side of its face. The ears were small and pointy and tipped in white. The body was about 4-8 in long. It was slightly chubby and the body was gray except for white on the chest and paws. The tail was gray with a cinnamon stripe and tipped with white. The legs were short, about 1 in and were thin. The paws were gray with black claws. The claws were thin and were probably used to climb up the tree.
The leaves and flowers had all fallen. The vase of the trunk was about 5ft 7in around. The bark was bumpy and the trunk was circular. 6 roots come out at the base. The bark was mostly dark brown and brittle, but parts of it were a little lighter. At 6ft 3in high it splits into 2 trunks. There are about twelve larger branches. There are chestnuts, but they all fell.
It was a cool sunny day, and I think I saw a Willow tree in my backyard, but I'm not sure. It's growing in soil and mulch, it was growing up towards the sun. At the base of the tree are flowers, and another tree is growing next to it. Its leaves fall off in the winter, and in the winter it has no seeds or flowers. Its trunk is about twenty-five feet tall, and about three inches wide. The trunk is smooth with little lumps where it looks like other branches could grow out of. It is dark brown with little bits of light brown. There are a lot of branches growing off the trunk and more little branches growing off those branches. It looks like a very small tree because its trunk is so thin, but it is very tall.
It was cool and sunny today, and this squirrel was in my backyard, running across a fence. It was an adult squirrel and it was scared of me and probably looking for food. Its head was about two inches long and one and a half inches wide, it was furry and brown with gray around the edges, it was roundish with small pointy ears. Its body was eight inches long and two inches wide, it was furry and gray with brown on the bottom, it was bigger near the back. Its tail was six inches long and two inches wide, it was very furry and gray with brown in the middle, its tail was sticking strait out. It had four legs, the were one inch long and a third of an inch wide, the were furry and gray with brown in the middle. It moved fast and its balance was very good.
i think this squirle was a child/juvinile because it was not as big as the other ones i saw..
the head was about the size ov a ripe orange. it was more pointed at the ront ere the eyes and nose were.
the body was shaped like a slim oear. it was smaller at the top then rounded out at the bottom. the body was a ash dull brown and it looked more grey on its back.
the arms were short and brown, they were more of an ash dull brown just like the body.
the legs had a lot of fur at the top and less at the bottom. they weremore brown than the body and arms but they were still a dull color.
it think that it was life stage Aadult because it looked old and most of the leaves were gone.
the leavs that were still on the tree were orange with some brown and red spots on them. very few had any green.
the trunk was round and rough. itwas 5 feet 5 inchs. i know this becsuae i am five foot 4 inchs and the tree was a bit bigger than me. it was brown and hap spots of greay all around it.
the seed was inside of a fruit and the fruit was red and brown. it was about 1cm tall andthere were 3-6 on one branch.
There was a flock of geese, probably about 30-40 geese. They were all in the water and they were all really close to the shore line. They all had black heads and really brownish tan body's with some white streaks.
The squirrel was about a foot and a half, from nose to the end is its tail. He was scurrying around, probably trying to prepare for hibernation. He was gray with a white underside. The way he ran, he was bounding and his tail was helping him balance.
The needles were around 1 inch. They were also the shape of a sewing needle. They were green. There were about 20 per twig. I could wrap my arms around the trunk of the tree. It was shaped like a cylinder. It was brown. It looked healthy. The seeds were about as tall as the width of my hand. They looked like a 3-D oval. They were tan. I found them on the ground.