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Red-eared Slider Trachemys scripta ssp. elegans

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 14, 2019 05:01 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

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Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Red-eared Slider Trachemys scripta ssp. elegans

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 14, 2019 04:38 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Southeastern Five-lined Skink Plestiodon inexpectatus

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 14, 2019 04:35 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Striped Mud Turtle Kinosternon baurii

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 14, 2019 04:59 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Peninsular Cooter Pseudemys peninsularis

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 14, 2019 05:00 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Giant Stag Beetle Lucanus elaphus

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 05:34 PM EDT

Description

NOTE: Interestingly, I found this recently-deceased beefcake in an open gutter adjacent to my mother-in-law's home just on the edge of Spartanburg, South Carolina.This was immediately following a fairly massive thunderstorm line. Lots of water running off, etc. I'm not sure what killed the beetle, but it seemed very freshly-DOA. Still a bit loose and flexible at the joints (though perhaps the rain softened it up). An unexpected find next to a well-kept lawn. Heh.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Mollusks

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What

Molluscs Phylum Mollusca

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 1, 2019 11:04 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Atlantic Sand Fiddler Crab Leptuca pugilator

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 1, 2019 12:38 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Snowy Egret Egretta thula

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 3, 2019 12:40 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Roseate Spoonbill Platalea ajaja

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 8, 2019 05:34 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Plants

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What

Plants Kingdom Plantae

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 12, 2019 09:33 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Slider Turtles Genus Trachemys

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 12, 2019 09:43 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Brown Pelican Pelecanus occidentalis

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 1, 2019 11:04 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Fungi

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What

Fungi Including Lichens Kingdom Fungi

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 12, 2019 07:23 PM EDT

Description

FOCAL PONIT: THe fungus.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Leafy Brain Phaeotremella foliacea

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 12, 2019 07:34 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

American Giant Millipede Narceus americanus

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 12, 2019 07:43 PM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Pickerel Frog Lithobates palustris

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 12, 2019 07:18 PM EDT

Description

I assumed leopard frog, but I don't know the South Carolina stuff well enough to be confident. Pickeral frog perhaps? Because of the yellow with the hindlegs?

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Plants

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What

Plants Kingdom Plantae

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 10:15 AM EDT

Description

FOCAL POINT: The trees. I should've framed this better for identification.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Mosses Phylum Bryophyta

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 09:46 AM EDT

Description

FOCAL POINT: The moss on the rock.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Plants

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What

Plants Kingdom Plantae

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 09:52 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Plants

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What

Plants Kingdom Plantae

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 09:45 AM EDT

Description

FOCAL POINT: The dominant undergrowth surrounding the rock (especially heavy/dense in the bottom right).

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Plants

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What

Plants Kingdom Plantae

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 10:14 AM EDT

Description

FOCAL POINT: The whisky, dangling green from the crevice.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Plants

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What

Plants Kingdom Plantae

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 09:05 AM EDT

Description

FOCAL POINT: The dominant trees adjacent to the stream.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Northern Water Snake Nerodia sipedon

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 10:35 AM EDT

Description

NOTE: Mid-shed. the old coat was sopping wet and sliding off. Heh.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Northern Water Snake Nerodia sipedon

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 10:18 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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What

Mitten Crayfish Cambarus asperimanus

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 10:25 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Photos / Sounds

What

Queen Snake Regina septemvittata

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 10:32 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Fungi

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Fungi Including Lichens Kingdom Fungi

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 11:21 AM EDT

Description

FOCAL POINT: The white biota surrounding the green.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Fungi

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Fungi Including Lichens Kingdom Fungi

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 11:21 AM EDT

Description

FOCAL POINT: The green mass in the middle.

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

Photos / Sounds

What

Anomodon Moss Anomodon attenuatus

Observer

floridensis

Date

July 13, 2019 11:20 AM EDT

Description

GEOPRIVACY NOTE:
All my observations are posted with “obscured” geoprivacy. This means the exact location for each observation is masked somewhat within the red box that shows up on the standard browser viewer. I’m happy to provide more habitat description if requested — as the map may not be too precise in the public view.

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. This has been an issue in the past with some folks in the herpetological circles. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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