Deeply divided leaf, growing roadside among Himalayan blackberry.
Fruiting from hardwood stick, tiny (>5mm diameter), gilled.
near Eugene OR
Scat on scat... Coyote on bear?
This male Filmy Dome Spider has a parasite attached to its back, most likely a larval ichneumonid wasp.
Several of these large snails were seen on a shaded, fern-covered slope along the exit trail from Oregon Cave.
Few scattered individuals growing in a rare patch of unburned coniferous forest along the trail between Onion Camp and Chetco Pass.
Neat white morph. Usually the flower is purple.
This is a herbarium specimen on loan from the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. I'm exploring posting my taxonomic work actively on iNaturalist here.
The location is approximate, determined through the Google Map search engine embedded in this system.
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