Moth of some sort - if anyone recognizes the species let me know
Put into the same case for a few hours as another- ended up mating and then eating the other one, and having an egg sack a few days later. Not my favorite observation.
Not too aggressive, but given the chance would attack. More scared than anything.
Young - probably around two or three years old. Looking at the claws it looks like a male
Tiny baby mouse! Very sweet, able to hold and pet.
or some similar Heliozoan
It was moving constantly, so it's hard to take a picture on live material
AF moist meadow near aspen woods
AF woods edge, barberry thicket
Geum urbanum, AF, woods edge
possibly var. fimbriata, judging by the toothed margins of some of the lobes.
Baby snapping turtle. About 1.5 ".
Scooped up in the last inch of water in a vernal pool. First thought to be an old walnut! It was very small.
Captured, photographed and released in a pond where I had seen other snapping turtles.
Baby snapping turtle. A year old?
Found on road beside a nearly dried up vernal pool. About 2 inches.
Captured, photographed and released in a nice snapper friendly pond with a lot of lily pads.