My guess is Diapheromera covilleae (Creosote bush walking stick), but it's not on iNat.
10.7mm wingspan spread. Came to black light/MV trap (live oak/chaparral habitat).
ID by Maury J. Heiman @ BugGuide. 2012GM-0467.
Two Newts, one juevenile
I'm thinking it's probably a tarantula, the abdomen hairs were quite red and large.
Only living one we saw. There were several more dead on the road.
Road kill . Probably in San Joaquin County . Heavy rain earlier in the day .
Near Tracy , CA . Probably in San Joaquin County . Heavy rain earlier in day . Around 55 degrees F. Found also a road kill .
Juvenile, about 3/4" across.
No visible signs of wasting.
About 1/2" long.
According to Rebecca, this snail is only found embedded in the center of tunicates, in this case sea pork. Very thin shell. The second shell shows the other side after we cleaned off the tunicate.
AKA Lugworm (of some sort, anyone know?). An egg mass about 2" long, still attached at one end deep in the sand. Thanks Rebecca for this ID, I'd have never guessed!
Not sure if this is a sponge or a tunicate?