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Naidid Worms (Family Naididae)

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stevecollins

Date

September 30, 2022 05:35 PM EDT

Description

In my birthbath

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Swallows and Martins (Family Hirundinidae)

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stevecollins

Date

September 29, 2022 02:53 PM EDT

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American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)

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stevecollins

Date

September 29, 2022 01:57 PM EDT

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Bushy Lichens (Genus Ramalina)

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stevecollins

Date

September 29, 2022 12:56 PM EDT

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Ocola Skipper (Panoquina ocola)

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stevecollins

Date

September 29, 2022 07:30 AM EDT

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Ocola Skipper (Panoquina ocola)

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stevecollins

Date

September 29, 2022 08:41 AM EDT

Description

Almost certainly windblown from Hurricane Ian this morning. This is the first I've seen in the yard.

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stevecollins

Date

September 26, 2022 12:32 PM EDT

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stevecollins

Date

September 26, 2022 04:03 PM EDT

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Bushy Lichens (Genus Ramalina)

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stevecollins

Date

September 26, 2022 02:53 PM EDT

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American Crown Conch (Melongena corona)

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stevecollins

Date

September 26, 2022 02:36 PM EDT

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Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle)

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stevecollins

Date

September 26, 2022 02:32 PM EDT

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Florida Leatherleaf Slug (Leidyula floridana)

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stevecollins

Date

September 25, 2022 09:12 AM EDT

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Fungus Moths, Clothes Moths, & Allies (Family Tineidae)

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stevecollins

Date

September 25, 2022 06:28 AM EDT

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 01:35 PM EDT

Description

specimen measured 9 mm

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Elbowpatch Crust (Fomitiporia punctata)

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stevecollins

Date

September 24, 2022 11:57 AM EDT

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 03:16 PM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 02:17 PM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 02:02 PM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 12:57 PM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 12:47 PM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 12:23 PM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 12:04 PM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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Observer

stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 11:25 AM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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Observer

stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 11:19 AM EDT

Description

The autumn Proctacanthus found in central Florida have long, brown wings and reddish legs and poorly marked scutums. These are typically traits of Proctacanthus longus. However, note that this population all have black and white hairs on the mystax. The description of P. longus and milberti in Hine (1911) both indicate a pale mystax, though P. philadelphicus has black hairs mixed with yellow. The central Florida individuals also have black hairs on the palpi, which is a character shared by P. milberti and P. philadelphicus according to Hine (1911). P. longus has pale hairs on the palpi.

These may be Proctacanthus philadelphicus. More study of this central Florida population is needed.

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stevecollins

Date

September 4, 2022 11:40 AM EDT

Description

I was thrilled to find these in beautiful sandhill habitat in Ocala NF.

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Brittlegills (Genus Russula)

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stevecollins

Date

September 22, 2022 11:39 AM EDT

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Brown-legged Grass-carrying Wasp (Isodontia auripes)

Observer

stevecollins

Date

September 22, 2022 11:31 AM EDT

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Florida Bee-Killer (Mallophora bomboides)

Observer

stevecollins

Date

September 22, 2022 11:29 AM EDT

Description

This beauty was attracted to our front garden that is full of bees. I got to watch it repeatedly attack carpenter bees and sweat bees, though it wasn't often successful.

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Blue Plumbago (Plumbago auriculata)

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stevecollins

Date

September 23, 2022 04:54 PM EDT

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Redhead (Aythya americana)

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stevecollins

Date

February 14, 2016 08:40 AM EST
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