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Straight-faced Windscorpions Family Eremobatidae

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gaelfloressosa

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October 28, 2020 06:44 PM UTC
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Solifuges - Photo (c) José Eugenio Gómez Rodríguez, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
carissab's ID: Solifuges (Order Solifugae)
Posted by carissab about 16 hours ago (Flag)
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Probablemente Eremobates, parecen 2 machos, te los encontraste muertos o vivos?

Posted by solifugaeworldwide01 about 1 hour ago (Flag)
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@jairalcntar
Si son dos machitos o estaban a medio apareamiento? XD

Posted by solifugaeworldwide01 about 1 hour ago (Flag)
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@solifugaeworldwide01 Son dos machos pero a lo mejor se estaban dando un tiro? xD

Posted by jairalcntar 20 minutes ago (Flag)
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Ya estaban muertos cuando los encontré
Pero se quedaron en esa posición ambos.

Posted by gaelfloressosa 7 minutes ago (Flag)
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Si se me hace que los dos andaban buscando hembras y se encontraron y se empezaron a dar y luego se murieron de deshidratación o algo así.

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American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis

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jdanch

Date

June 30, 2009 01:09 AM EDT
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
jdanch's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by jdanch almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
djringer's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by djringer almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
gtsalmon's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by gtsalmon almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
carolinashepherd's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by carolinashepherd over 1 year ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
williamwisephoto's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by williamwisephoto 1 minute ago (Flag)
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Added to the NC Alligators Project https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/nc-alligators
Thanks! William

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Laccarias Genus Laccaria

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hylajwhite

Date

October 26, 2020 02:34 PM EDT
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Laccarias - Photo (c) tombigelow, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
hylajwhite's ID: Laccarias (Genus Laccaria)
Posted by hylajwhite 1 day ago (Flag)
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this could well be Laccaria trullisata

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American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis

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smsmitty

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May 3, 2016 03:11 PM EDT
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
smsmitty's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by smsmitty almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
eliotthuguet's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by eliotthuguet almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
carolinashepherd's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by carolinashepherd almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
williamwisephoto's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by williamwisephoto 2 minutes ago (Flag)
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Added to the NC Alligators Project https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/nc-alligators
Thanks! William

Posted by williamwisephoto 1 minute ago (Flag)

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Greenflower Conebush Leucadendron loranthifolium

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botaneek

Date

October 25, 2020 01:36 PM SAST

Description

erect form, to 1.2m, sandy flats, very local

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Red-edge Conebush - Photo (c) Corinne Merry, all rights reserved
botaneek's ID: Red-edge Conebush (Leucadendron arcuatum)
Posted by botaneek about 11 hours ago (Flag)
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must be the undescribed thingy, hey @tonyrebelo ?
far from any real arcuatum, both in growth form and habit and range

Posted by botaneek about 10 hours ago (Flag)
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Meaning that it's not actually arcuatum?

Posted by muonmo about 9 hours ago (Flag)
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I'd say not; but didn't see the females

Posted by botaneek about 9 hours ago (Flag)
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Greenflower Conebush - Photo (c) Tony Rebelo, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA)
tonyrebelo's ID: Greenflower Conebush (Leucadendron loranthifolium)
Posted by tonyrebelo 35 minutes ago (Flag)
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Greenflower Conebush - Photo (c) Tony Rebelo, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA)
botaneek's ID: Greenflower Conebush (Leucadendron loranthifolium)
Posted by botaneek 2 minutes ago (Flag)
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weirdest loranth I've ever seen!

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Bedstraws Genus Galium

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jsaguez

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October 28, 2020 08:59 AM EDT
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White Bedstraw - Photo (c) Wildlife in a Dorset garden. Thanks for 150,000 views, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
jsaguez's ID: White Bedstraw (Galium album)
Posted by jsaguez 20 minutes ago (Flag)
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galium mollugo/album

Posted by elacroix-carignan 2 minutes ago (Flag)
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imasongster

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October 26, 2020 04:20 PM EDT
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Posted by imasongster 3 days ago (Flag)
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@johnplischke @jameskm @alan_rockefeller
Tiny 10X a few mm across

Posted by imasongster 3 days ago (Flag)
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on wood

Posted by imasongster 3 days ago (Flag)
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Xylariaceae?

Posted by imasongster 3 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by johnplischke 3 days ago (Flag)
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no ideas

Posted by johnplischke 3 days ago (Flag)
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Xylariaceae?

Posted by alan_rockefeller about 11 hours ago (Flag)
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Xylariaceae - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
imasongster's ID: Family Xylariaceae, a member of Higher Ascomycetes (Subphylum Pezizomycotina)
Posted by imasongster 3 minutes ago (Flag)
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simon_oliver

Date

December 7, 2019 04:15 PM CET
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Circulifer - Photo (c) A.C. Magyarosy, , Bugwood.org, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
simon_oliver's ID: Genus Circulifer, a member of Typical Leafhoppers (Family Cicadellidae)
Posted by simon_oliver 4 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by nomolosx 4 days ago (Flag)
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Deltocephalinae - Photo (c) gernotkunz, all rights reserved
gernotkunz's ID: Subfamily Deltocephalinae, a member of Typical Leafhoppers (Family Cicadellidae)

?

Posted by gernotkunz 4 days ago (Flag)
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head reminds me of Balclutha, but doesn't look like Circulifer to me

Posted by nomolosx 4 days ago (Flag)
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I had the same thoughts...Balclutha is the closest that I know...but I can´t tell for sure! Central European Balcluthas are usually a bit longer and more slender....broadest part in dorsal view is always the pronotum...here are the wings broader...

Posted by gernotkunz 4 days ago (Flag)
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Would be very interesting to get som Cixiidae from that region!

Posted by gernotkunz 4 days ago (Flag)
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Cixiidae posted.

Posted by simon_oliver 10 minutes ago (Flag)
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ID suggested without confidence and accepted by André Burgers with hesitation! https://www.biodiversidadvirtual.org/insectarium/Circulifer-sp.-img1191872.html

I see what you mean about the head and Balclutha, but I also agree the general shape does not look right. I think this will have to remain a mystery for now. Maybe I'll find another and get better shots.

Posted by simon_oliver 3 minutes ago (Flag)
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October 13, 2020 09:49 AM UTC
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Posted by martinbutterfield 17 days ago (Flag)
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Dicots - Photo (c) Sweetbay_Magnolia_Magnolia_virginiana_Flower_Closeup_2242px.jpg, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA)
pdfuenteb's ID: Dicots (Class Magnoliopsida)
Posted by pdfuenteb 15 days ago (Flag)
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Dicots - Photo (c) Sweetbay_Magnolia_Magnolia_virginiana_Flower_Closeup_2242px.jpg, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA)
martinbutterfield's ID: Dicots (Class Magnoliopsida)
Posted by martinbutterfield 14 days ago (Flag)
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Need a side-on shot of the flower and some foliage to be sure of this.

Posted by jackiemiles 8 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by martinbutterfield 8 days ago (Flag)
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@jackiemiles See added photos.

Posted by martinbutterfield 6 days ago (Flag)
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The arrangement of the brown bracts in vertical rows suggests it has to be X. operculata, which in my experience is the most common species. BTW, how does one do this @jackiemiles thing to bring a sighting to someone's attention? My partner Max and I have been trying to figure it out, but no luck yet. Thanks. We're novices on iNat.

Posted by jackiemiles 4 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by martinbutterfield 4 days ago (Flag)
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Ta. Simply type in the @ symbol followed by the username you wish to contact.

Posted by martinbutterfield 4 days ago (Flag)
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@martinbutterfield Like that you mean? So the system doesn't seem to have made Xyris operculata something you or I can agree with, which is a problem. Any idea how to fix this?

Posted by jackiemiles 2 days ago (Flag)
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Spot on! @jackiemiles

Posted by martinbutterfield 2 days ago (Flag)
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Xyris operculata - Photo (c) David Midgley, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
loarie's ID: Xyris operculata, a member of Yellow-eyed Grasses (Genus Xyris)

@pdfuenteb check the additional photos that were added - clearly not a dicot now

Posted by loarie about 1 hour ago (Flag)
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Ooops sorry

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Canadian Bunchberry Cornus canadensis

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rickjennings

Date

August 19, 2008 01:52 PM EDT
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Canadian Bunchberry - Photo (c) lvconrad1977, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
rickjennings's ID: Canadian Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis)
Posted by rickjennings about 21 hours ago (Flag)
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Canadian Bunchberry - Photo (c) lvconrad1977, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
rherold's ID: Canadian Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis)
Posted by rherold about 19 hours ago (Flag)
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This is a very busy photograph. I had to look hard to find fruiting C. canadensis in the back, just left of center. The species that jumps out at me is Clintonia borealis.

Posted by trscavo about 18 hours ago (Flag)
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@trscavo it's not my best work for sure! I meant to crop it. I will try harder.

Posted by rickjennings 20 minutes ago (Flag)
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I'm not complaining, I'm just saying :-)

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Scarletback Taildropper Prophysaon vanattae

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harsiparker

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December 24, 2019 02:33 PM PST
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Scarletback Taildropper - Photo (c) M. Goff, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
harsiparker's ID: Scarletback Taildropper (Prophysaon vanattae)

@pileated I am really trying to improve on my slug identification skills this year. It would be awesome if you have a minute to confirm or correct my tentative ID for this one.

Posted by harsiparker 1 day ago (Flag)
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Scarletback Taildropper - Photo (c) M. Goff, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
huzi0131's ID: Scarletback Taildropper (Prophysaon vanattae)
Posted by huzi0131 1 day ago (Flag)
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@huzi0131 Thanks so much for reviewing this observation and corroborating my tentative ID. Much appreciated!

Posted by harsiparker about 21 hours ago (Flag)
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@harsiparker No sweating.

Posted by huzi0131 about 4 hours ago (Flag)
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Scarletback Taildropper - Photo (c) M. Goff, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
pileated's ID: Scarletback Taildropper (Prophysaon vanattae)
Posted by pileated 5 minutes ago (Flag)
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Nice ID harsiparker! The lack of a caudal mucus plug (all Prophysaon) and the wedge-shape dorsally on the tail bordered by the mantle and the two lateral lines are good diagnostics for this species.

Posted by pileated 3 minutes ago (Flag)

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American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis

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wjmurrayjr

Date

April 9, 2017
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Alligators - Photo (c) Phil, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
wjmurrayjr's ID: Alligators (Genus Alligator)
Posted by wjmurrayjr over 3 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
cliygh-and-mia's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)

Is this the same animal from the previous observation? If so you could probably combine the two photos and delete one

Posted by cliygh-and-mia over 3 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
ritt's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by ritt over 3 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
allen_boynton's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by allen_boynton over 3 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
ncwildlife's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by ncwildlife over 3 years ago (Flag)
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wjmurrayjr - it would be great if you could add this observation to our NC Alligator project. Using your phone or desktop, you can join our project by searching for "NC Alligator" on the Project menu (accessed from the menu icon). You can then add this observation to our project by editing your observation and choosing "Add to Project".

Posted by ncwildlife over 3 years ago (Flag)
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I did attempt to add to the project. For some reason, I received an error message that the record could not be added. That being said, it appears that both attempted entries were, in fact, uploaded even though I was getting an error message.

Posted by wjmurrayjr over 3 years ago (Flag)

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American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis

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wjmurrayjr

Date

April 9, 2017

Description

This alligator has appeared during the Spring at this same location for the past 3 years.

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Alligators - Photo (c) Phil, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
wjmurrayjr's ID: Alligators (Genus Alligator)
Posted by wjmurrayjr over 3 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
cliygh-and-mia's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by cliygh-and-mia over 3 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
johnnybirder's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by johnnybirder about 3 years ago (Flag)
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American Alligator - Photo (c) Reisner Fonseca, some rights reserved (CC BY)
williamwisephoto's ID: American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Posted by williamwisephoto 4 minutes ago (Flag)

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Amanita Mushrooms Genus Amanita

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karla-godinez

Date

August 16, 2020 11:31 AM UTC
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Posted by karla-godinez about 21 hours ago (Flag)
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Bas' Caesar - Photo (c) Rufino Sandoval Garcia, all rights reserved
yxilon's ID: Bas' Caesar (Amanita basii)
Posted by yxilon about 20 hours ago (Flag)
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Amanita flavoconia grupo, pero mas grande que A. flavoconia

Posted by alan_rockefeller about 1 hour ago (Flag)
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@alan_rockefeller really? the margin looks striate and the volval remnants look white

Posted by yxilon 4 minutes ago (Flag)

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Red Maple Acer rubrum

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scousebirder

Date

October 27, 2020 11:55 AM UTC
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Red Maple - Photo (c) Jason Michael Crockwell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
scousebirder's ID: Red Maple (Acer rubrum)
Posted by scousebirder 1 day ago (Flag)
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Looks more like a poplar...

Posted by ken_j_allison 4 minutes ago (Flag)
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I altered the name to 'Bombus lcorum' as is the protocol for nodes of rank complex. @jonathan142 reminder to make sure you follow the current naming protocol when creating compelxes on iNat

Posted by loarie 4 minutes ago (Flag)

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jandracchio

Date

September 13, 2020 08:15 PM EDT

Description

Growing out of moss and sandy soil on the top of a stream bank. Area possibly prone to flooding. Close beech trees and roots. Also close were other hardwoods including oak and polar. Very dark pores. No spore print overnight. Could be old or a flooded specimen? Smelled of deep portobello after cut. No noticeable bruising, though dark surfaces and flesh, so hard to tell. Possible netting on top of stipe shown in photos.

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jandracchio's ID: Tylopilus griseocarneus, a member of Boletes (Family Boletaceae)
Posted by jandracchio about 1 month ago (Flag)
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@billhubick I sent this specimen to a FunDis group to get sequenced after it was ID'd from an online post and I saw it was not very present on iNaturalist

Posted by jandracchio 4 minutes ago (Flag)

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Summer Snow Leptosiphon nuttallii ssp. pubescens

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adamschneider

Date

August 7, 2020 05:31 PM PDT

Description

L. pachyphyllus or L. nuttallii?

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Leptosiphon - Photo (c) James Gaither, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
adamschneider's ID: Genus Leptosiphon, a member of Phlox Family (Family Polemoniaceae)
Posted by adamschneider 15 days ago (Flag)
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Paging @polemoniaceae...

Posted by adamschneider 15 days ago (Flag)
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Leptosiphon - Photo (c) James Gaither, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
grnleaf's ID: Genus Leptosiphon, a member of Phlox Family (Family Polemoniaceae)
Posted by grnleaf 15 days ago (Flag)
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Summer Snow - Photo (c) Liam O'Brien, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
polemoniaceae's ID: Summer Snow (Leptosiphon nuttallii ssp. pubescens)

corolla tube looks as long as calyx

Posted by polemoniaceae about 2 hours ago (Flag)
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Summer Snow - Photo (c) Liam O'Brien, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
grnleaf's ID: Summer Snow (Leptosiphon nuttallii ssp. pubescens)
Posted by grnleaf 12 minutes ago (Flag)
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@polemoniaceae: how do you know it's ssp. pubescens and not ssp. nuttallii?

Posted by adamschneider 5 minutes ago (Flag)
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Fungi Including Lichens Kingdom Fungi

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hb2000

Date

October 2, 2020 01:31 PM EDT
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Posted by hb2000 27 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by trh_blue 28 minutes ago (Flag)
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Lepiota cristata?

Posted by hb2000 5 minutes ago (Flag)

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Sundays Haworthia Haworthiopsis longiana

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caryllogie

Date

October 23, 2020 09:22 AM HST

Description

500-1000 plants in about 300m along the road cutting

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Sundays Haworthia - Photo (c) caryllogie, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
caryllogie's ID: Sundays Haworthia (Haworthiopsis longiana)
Posted by caryllogie 5 days ago (Flag)
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Why has this not gone directly to the Red List project?

Posted by caryllogie 5 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by jeremygilmore 5 days ago (Flag)
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Sundays Haworthia - Photo (c) caryllogie, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
adriaan_grobler's ID: Sundays Haworthia (Haworthiopsis longiana)
Posted by adriaan_grobler 5 days ago (Flag)
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Sundays Haworthia - Photo (c) caryllogie, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
steven_molteno's ID: Sundays Haworthia (Haworthiopsis longiana)
Posted by steven_molteno 4 days ago (Flag)
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Sundays Haworthia - Photo (c) caryllogie, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
tonyrebelo's ID: Sundays Haworthia (Haworthiopsis longiana)
Posted by tonyrebelo 4 days ago (Flag)
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It does not go directly to the RedList project. You need to add it yourself, giving details of numbers and threats.

Posted by tonyrebelo 4 days ago (Flag)
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Sundays Haworthia - Photo (c) caryllogie, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jeremygilmore's ID: Sundays Haworthia (Haworthiopsis longiana)
Posted by jeremygilmore 4 days ago (Flag)
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If you mean why did the project
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/south-african-red-list-plants-endangered
not load up automatically, the answer is because you have not joined the project - only projects that you join will display if they qualify.

Please join the project!

Posted by tonyrebelo 4 days ago (Flag)
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Thanks Tony, but I have joined the project and uploaded 2 onto it. I tried 3 times to load the Haworthiopsis onto it, giving details etc but eventually gave up.

Posted by caryllogie 5 minutes ago (Flag)

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Urutu Lancehead Bothrops alternatus

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hhulsberg

Date

December 6, 2008 04:44 PM -02

Description

Ejemplar muerto

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Urutu Lancehead - Photo (c) Bruno Reis Dotto, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
hhulsberg's ID: Urutu Lancehead (Bothrops alternatus)
Posted by hhulsberg about 21 hours ago (Flag)
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Urutu Lancehead - Photo (c) Bruno Reis Dotto, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
catenatus's ID: Urutu Lancehead (Bothrops alternatus)
Posted by catenatus about 20 hours ago (Flag)
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Urutu Lancehead - Photo (c) Bruno Reis Dotto, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
michael_jacobi's ID: Urutu Lancehead (Bothrops alternatus)
Posted by michael_jacobi about 19 hours ago (Flag)
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Urutu Lancehead - Photo (c) Bruno Reis Dotto, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
wolfgang_wuster's ID: Urutu Lancehead (Bothrops alternatus)
Posted by wolfgang_wuster about 9 hours ago (Flag)
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Wow imagine being killed for having toxic saliva. That’s bs that it’s dead

Posted by daniel_martinez1 about 2 hours ago (Flag)
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There are human beings who find justification for everything, even to manifest their low instincts
A site like this, and our example, may change some minds

Posted by hhulsberg 5 minutes ago (Flag)

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Western Red-backed Salamander Plethodon vehiculum

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conniedee

Date

October 29, 2020 08:05 AM PDT

Description

Moved by wriggling like a snake; about six inches long. Tunnel trail between Cumberland & Cornell

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Posted by conniedee 18 minutes ago (Flag)
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Location should be on the west side of the little ravine, not the east side. (Don't know how to edit the location.)

Posted by conniedee 5 minutes ago (Flag)

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Crabgrasses Genus Digitaria

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aidancampos

Date

October 2, 2020 12:55 PM CDT
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Crabgrasses - Photo (c) Harry Rose, some rights reserved (CC BY)
aidancampos's ID: Crabgrasses (Genus Digitaria)
Posted by aidancampos 24 days ago (Flag)
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Boisduval's Blue Icaricia icarioides

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godshallcs

Date

June 22, 2019 06:00 PM EDT
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Boisduval's Blue - Photo (c) James Bailey, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
godshallcs's ID: Boisduval's Blue (Icaricia icarioides)
Posted by godshallcs 10 days ago (Flag)
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Two different individuals, a female and a male.

Posted by crispinguppy 6 minutes ago (Flag)

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Cinnamon Cinnamomum verum

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siddarthmachado

Date

October 18, 2020 06:19 AM EDT
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Cinnamon - Photo (c) Leo Huang, all rights reserved
siddarthmachado's ID: Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum)
Posted by siddarthmachado about 12 hours ago (Flag)
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@siddarthmachado C. verum does not have secondaries extending almost till leaf tip as far as I know, and tends to be a bit more glaucous beneath. Sure this is not C. malabathrum or C. sulphuratum?

Posted by trsraman about 6 hours ago (Flag)
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Hello Dr. @trsraman the leaves seemed quite small to be C. malabathrum and C. sulphuratum is not reported at this low elevation. In fact I felt the lateral nerves did not reach the tip. But I have found that to be a confusing distinction sometimes. The bark and tender shoots were strongly cinnamon to taste as well. What do you think?

Posted by siddarthmachado 6 minutes ago (Flag)

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calconey

Date

July 23, 2020 04:06 PM EDT

Description

Cv suggestion. On Carya cordiformis

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Dogwood Sawfly - Photo (c) Kim Hosen, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
calconey's ID: Dogwood Sawfly (Macremphytus testaceus)
Posted by calconey 3 months ago (Flag)
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Common Sawflies - Photo (c) Valter Jacinto, all rights reserved
calconey's ID: Common Sawflies (Family Tenthredinidae)
Posted by calconey 3 months ago (Flag)
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Craesus Castaneae Rohwer, 1915 - Photo (c) David Laby, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
insectamo's ID: Craesus castaneae, a member of Common Sawflies (Family Tenthredinidae)
Posted by insectamo 8 minutes ago (Flag)
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Could there be a plant error here?
Could it be Castanea dentata?

Posted by insectamo 6 minutes ago (Flag)

Photos / Sounds

Observer

jabba

Date

October 27, 2020 01:25 PM +13
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Apioideae - Photo (c) Tamsin Carlisle, all rights reserved
jabba's ID: Subfamily Apioideae, a member of Carrot Family (Family Apiaceae)
Posted by jabba 3 days ago (Flag)
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Cowbane - Photo (c) Игорь Поспелов, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jabba's ID: Cowbane (Cicuta virosa)
Posted by jabba 3 days ago (Flag)
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Bullwort - Photo (c) eyeweed, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
ines-nz's ID: Bullwort (Ammi majus)
Posted by ines-nz 7 minutes ago (Flag)
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Cicuta virosa not in NZ

Posted by ines-nz 6 minutes ago (Flag)

Photos / Sounds

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What

Sugar Maple Acer saccharum

Observer

imladris

Date

October 29, 2020 01:34 PM EDT

Description

The photo was taken at a different location on an earlier date.

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Sugar Maple - Photo (c) Crusier, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA)
imladris's ID: Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum)
Posted by imladris 16 minutes ago (Flag)
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Even though the photo was taken at a different location on an earlier date, the tree in the photo and the tree observed were still at the same life stage.

Posted by imladris 6 minutes ago (Flag)