On the trellis behind the aquatic gardens. First flowers.
Near the split rail fence in the rocky area of the mountain habitat garden. In front of the paul green cab in under the hemlock. Full flower.
In the gathering adjacent to the steps down the slope. First Flower.
Orange body, white legs with 3 brown stripes, light orange bubble back with hyrogliphic markings
Small black dots on rock surrounded by moss
Light green, brittle, near moss
Spider, black and white legs, legs more red by the body, large orange sac with markings on it
Growing on soil.
At least 3cm long; leaf litter on a dry pine-oak ridge.
Growing on Liriodendron tulipifera log
Odor of cinnamon
Floral and rubber-petrolium odor
On the river bank at the actual confluence spot. At least one very large tree here.
This is an exotic species. It is uncommon in NC, more abundant to the north. Location based on a GPS point recorded at the time of the observation. If this has not been eradicated, it should be...
Fagus grandifolia substrate
small shrub in deciduous forest