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What

Violet Tunicate Botrylloides violaceus

Observer

stu_crawford

Date

August 29, 2018 01:01 PM PDT

Description

Growing on a settlement plate

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Square

Observer

stu_crawford

Date

July 25, 2018 01:11 PM PDT

Description

Takakia at Takakia Lake

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Observer

stu_crawford

Date

June 4, 2015 01:39 PM HST

Description

Collected in Malaise trap.
Wing length 19 mm

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What

Antarctic Midge Belgica antarctica

Observer

stu_crawford

Date

December 11, 2016 06:39 PM HST

Description

Rocky outcrop by a Gentoo penguin colony, on a warm sunny day.

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What

Neobisiid Pseudoscorpions Family Neobisiidae

Observer

stu_crawford

Date

September 16, 2015 04:52 PM HST

Description

Found in collected mushrooms

Keyed out using Chris Buddle's (2010) key http://cjai.biologicalsurvey.ca/b_10/b_10.html
- All legs with 6 segments
- Tarsus divided into 2 parts
- Inner margin of movable finger of chelicera is dentate
- Pleural membranes of abdomen granulate
- Cheliceral galea present
- Galea is single

This identifies it as a Globocreagris, Microcreagris, or Americocreagris. Americocreagris is blind, as is the Microcreagris species that occurs near BC (M. tacomensis). This species has eyes, so it is probably Globocreagris.

There are only two species of Globocreagris: G. theveneti and G. nigrescens. G. nigrescens has stumpier legs, so I think this is G. theveneti.

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What

Neobisiid Pseudoscorpions Family Neobisiidae

Observer

stu_crawford

Date

May 14, 2014 04:45 PM HST

Description

Found under bark on fallen log

Keyed out using Chris Buddle's (2010) key http://cjai.biologicalsurvey.ca/b_10/b_10.html
- All legs with 6 segments
- Tarsus divided into 2 parts
- Inner margin of movable finger of chelicera is dentate
- Pleural membranes of abdomen granulate
- Cheliceral galea present
- Galea is single

This identifies it as a Globocreagris, Microcreagris, or Americocreagris. Americocreagris is blind, as is the Microcreagris species that occurs near BC (M. tacomensis). This species has eyes, so it is probably Globocreagris.

There are only two species of Globocreagris: G. theveneti and G. nigrescens. G. nigrescens has stumpier legs, so I think this is G. theveneti.

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What

Common Raccoon Procyon lotor

Observer

stu_crawford

Date

September 4, 2016 03:38 PM HST

Description

Raccoon latrine on beach showing scats of different ages and different diets. Recent scat is salal berries. Older scat is mainly invertebrates, including purple shore crab, small cancer crabs, carabid beetles, millipedes, isopods, and sand fleas.

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