About 4 cm long. Observed in Seattle, WA.
Spider was found on it's web at the bottom of the bleachers facing the football field.
Found at school
This was found growing in the short grass. Looks like very small horsetails.
Bopping around the English Daisies.
The color of the body is a golden color with a light black/ dark color bands. It is hairy and rounded in shape.
Has a round head shape with small pink flowers. Stems have some small hairs on them and leaves are divided into 3 leaflets, elliptical in shape.
Leaves are round and spoon shape and flowers come from here. The flowers seem to be growing in clusters.
Flowers are white to pink and purple in color, the petals surround the centered yellow circular disk shape. The leaves are round and finely toothed.
The body is all black and hairy. Has a bright yellow face and yellow bands near the front and the end of the body. Wings are dark in color.
The flowers are yellow in color. Stems are hollow and have a somewhat milky substance. Leaves are lanceolate in shape and lobbed.
They are clusters of hollow stalks with many whorls of jointed narrow branches. Fertile stalks are topped with an spore cone.
Head is reddish- brown in color and the body is mostly grey with brown and has a white belly. The tail is bushy and has colors black, gray, white, and sometimes a little bit of brown in it.
The stalks are longer then the fronds. The fronds are triangular in shape and have tripinnate leaflets, with many pinnate sub - leaflets.
The flowers are pink- purple in color and are 5 petaled. Leaves are pinnately compound.
Flowers are tubular in shape, 5 lobed, have splotchy white on the inside and grows on a tall stalk. Leaves are ovate in shape.
The flowers are star shaped and have a pale pink color to them. They are each on a small thread like stalk from the center of 4-8 ovate leaves.
Flowers are pinkish-purplish in color and grows on a spiny disc green shape base. The stems are spiny and leaves are irregular.
Usually the top of the tree droops, cones are elliptical in shape and are fairly small. Bark is red-brown in color and is finely furrowed.
Leaves are elliptical in shape and are evergreen. They also have a leathery texture feeling. When flowers arei n bloom they are usually pink in color and bell shaped, they have 5 lobes that grow in clusters.
Needles are in bundles and only have 2, they are yellow-green in color. It is a tall tree and if you can see the crown it is conical in shape. The bark of the tree is redish brown
The leaves are palmately compound, have 5 ovate leaflets. When flowers bloom they are white, 5 petals and grow in clusters. The berries are red to black in color and edible. Stems have thorns and are red in color.
Has 5 yellow pedals on its flower. The stems are branched and the leaves are 3 lobed and toothed.
They are very green / gold in color and look very feathery and strands lie flat. There are stalks along branches that are fertile and have spores, each have a curved beak.
Males have feathers that are pink in color on their head and throat. The body is usually a green to gray color. Their bill is not very large but not too short and their tails are broad.
"Garden Slug" The body of this slug is cylinder in shape and is darker in color or reddish brown. The eyes are retractable stalks. Leaves a slime after that you can see in the sun.
They are grayish-white in color and have a conical shape to them. In the center they are green to white in color and have a gap in between. Small and are on rocks.
Yellow in color and has dark or black spot on the body. Has stalked eyes. The body shape was somewhat cylinder
The body has segments/plates that are gray in color, it is convex in shape. A pillbug is able to roll into a ball. Head has two antennae and the pillbug has about 7 legs.
Looks similar to oakmoss lichen but the tufts have hollow branches and have a gray to blueish and sometimes green color and have dark tiny dots on them. These have fruiting bodies unlike the oakmoss lichen, they are brown and round in shape.