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chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Elk
  Elk July 25, 2011
Elk
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2235
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Pipevine Swallowtails / Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
  Pipevine Swallowtails / Eastern Tiger Swallowtail July 23, 2011
Pipevine Swallowtails / Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
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1609
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Little Green Heron
  Little Green Heron July 23, 2011
Little Green Heron
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2523
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Garden Snail
  Garden Snail July 23, 2011
Garden Snail
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1649
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Red Spotted Purple Butterfly
  Red Spotted Purple Butterfly July 23, 2011
Red Spotted Purple Butterfly
66

1431
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Eyed Elater
  Eyed Elater July 23, 2011
Eyed Elater
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2931
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
unknown moth
  unknown moth July 23, 2011
unknown moth
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3951
gardengeek
gardengeek
Grey Garden Slug
  Grey Garden Slug July 09, 2011
AKA Grey Field Slug It is a mollusk It can travel 40 feet /12 meters in one night. Some species have shells under their skin. It has a keel on it's back. Feeds on fresh leaves, fruits and seedlings. It is a serious garden pest. They die if it freezes. They lay thousands of eggs in autumn, which hatch in the spring. Grey Garden Slug
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2359
gardengeek
gardengeek
Blue Darner Dragonfly
  Blue Darner Dragonfly June 26, 2011
Blue Darner Dragonfly
70

6342
gardengeek
gardengeek
Western Scrub Jay
  Western Scrub Jay June 01, 2011
The Western Scrub-Jay is nonmigratory and can be found in urban areas, where it can become tame and will come to bird feeders. While many refer to scrub-jays as "blue jays", the Blue Jay is a different species of bird entirely. In recent years, the California Scrub-Jay has expanded its range north into the Puget Sound region of Washington. They feed on small animals, such as frogs and lizards, eggs and young of other birds, insects, and (particularly in winter) grains, nuts, and berri Western Scrub Jay
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Horned Owl
  Horned Owl May 23, 2011
Horned Owl
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6140
CrookedCreek
CrookedCreek
Milkweed Bug
  Milkweed Bug May 18, 2011
Milkweed Bug
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3613
CrookedCreek
CrookedCreek
White Butterfly
  White Butterfly May 17, 2011
White Butterfly
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8218
gardengeek
gardengeek
Whiptail Lizard
  Whiptail Lizard May 15, 2011
Parthenogenesis Certain species of whiptail lizards have nearly all-female populations. These lizards reproduce by parthenogenesis, which is basically reproduction without a male. The resulting offspring would be genetic clones that were "born of a virgin". These female lizards increase fertility by pseudocopulation with each other. Or in other words, they're gay. Yes, gay lesbian lizards in nature. The egg size changes depending on which lizard played the role of the female, and Whiptail Lizard
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4340
gardengeek
gardengeek
American Pika
  American Pika May 15, 2011
Pronounced Pie-ka Pikas don't hibernate, they are awake all winter. They work all summer to store enough food for the winter. Pikas can't live below 9,000 ft. and they can't survive temperatures higher than 75 degrees. The males are extremely territorial with each other, and fight regularly over who controls which areas. They are commonly seen in large boulder piles. They leave large piles of foliage to dry before storing it in they burrows. They live solitary lives. They usually have about 5 of American Pika
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7681
gardengeek
gardengeek
Ground Squirrel
  Ground Squirrel May 15, 2011
The ground squirrel is especially renowned for its tendency to rise up on its hind legs. It does this whenever it senses nearby danger, or when it must see over tall grasses. The squirrel then curls its paws flat against its chest and sends a screeching call to warn other family members about the presence of predators. The scientific name of this genus means "seed-lovers". Though capable of climbing, most species of ground squirrel live in open, treeless habitats. They are sometimes c Ground Squirrel
77

1971
gardengeek
gardengeek
Stinkbug
  Stinkbug May 05, 2011
Stinkbug
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3644
gardengeek
gardengeek
Milkweed Bug
  Milkweed Bug May 05, 2011
Milkweed Bug
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4032
nookworm
nookworm
Large Milkweed Bug
  Large Milkweed Bug April 22, 2011
Very tame. Crawled slowly around on my hand for long time. Large Milkweed Bug
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3421
eltanoloko
eltanoloko
  April 20, 2011
Strange insect found in the amazon forest
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7536
CrookedCreek
CrookedCreek
Moth Larvae
  Moth Larvae April 16, 2011
Moth Larvae
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3836
gardengeek
gardengeek
Micrathena Spider
  Micrathena Spider March 25, 2011
Micrathena Spider
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Green Orb Weaver
  Green Orb Weaver March 25, 2011
Green Orb Weaver
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3210
gardengeek
gardengeek
Red and Brown Butterfly
  Red and Brown Butterfly March 25, 2011
Red and Brown Butterfly
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6518
gardengeek
gardengeek
Black Witch Moth
  Black Witch Moth March 25, 2011
harbinger of death AKA: Papillion-devil, La Sorcière Noire, Mourning or Sorrow moth. Jamaica Patois: "Duppy Bat" or "Money moth" Pupae of the Black Witch moth were placed in the mouths of victims by serial killer 'Buffalo Bill' in the novel The Silence of the Lambs. In the movie adaptation the moth was changed to a Death's-head Hawkmoth. Black Witch Moth
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3019
gardengeek
gardengeek
Brazilian Wasp
  Brazilian Wasp March 25, 2011
Brazilian Wasp
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3492
gardengeek
gardengeek
Brazilian Lygaeidae Bug
  Brazilian Lygaeidae Bug March 25, 2011
Brazilian Lygaeidae Bug
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5238
gardengeek
gardengeek
Brazilian Stink Bug
  Brazilian Stink Bug March 25, 2011
AKA Shield Bug. The name stink bug derives from their tendency to eject a foul-smelling glandular substance when disturbed; in some species the liquid contains cyanide compounds with a rancid almond scent. This is a form of antipredator adaptation. Brazilian Stink Bug
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8712
gardengeek
gardengeek
Golden Orb Spider
  Golden Orb Spider March 25, 2011
Nephila means "Love of Spinning", referring to the webs that they weave. They usually remake their webs every day. AKA: golden orb-weavers, giant wood spiders, banana spiders, Golden silk orb-weaver. Noted for the impressive webs they weave. The name of the golden silk orb-weavers refers to the color of the spider silk, not the color of the spider itself. The spider is able to adjust pigment intensity relative to background light levels and color; the range of spectral reflectance i Golden Orb Spider
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CrookedCreek
CrookedCreek
Nursing Dung Beetle
  Nursing Dung Beetle March 13, 2011
Dung Beetles Nursing Dung Beetle
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