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vishalmistry

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Marzo 27, 2017 11:33 AM IST

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Araña de Puente (Larinioides sclopetarius)

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a1one

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Agosto 12, 2020 04:17 PM +03

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Gadus ogac

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stephenpetersen

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Julio 17, 2019 11:57 AM UTC

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Greenland cod

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adu1

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Falta la fecha

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bradleyrentz

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Diciembre 28, 2022 05:32 PM HST

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Enero 24, 2022 12:23 PM HST

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stevenw12339

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Enero 6, 2020 04:08 AM EST

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Adults under a rock, associated with these nymphs:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/69781614

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msimon2252

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Abril 10, 2021 09:08 AM HST

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suburbanpoison

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Noviembre 27, 2022 01:36 PM HST

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Found on Haleakala Silversword

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zpezzillo

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Diciembre 2022

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Hawaii, US (Google, OSM)

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kyhlaustin

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Marzo 2021

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Hawaii, US (Google, OSM)

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Podargo Papú (Podargus papuensis)

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davidgwhite

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Agosto 8, 2018 12:05 AM UTC

Descripción

The first time I had ever seen this, i videoed the entire event as well from entry to exit. It was as if this species swims all the time. I sent it to a frogmouth expert and she had never seen that before. The bird chose to swim and flew away very easily after its swim. There appeared to be no explanation for the bird swimming as it was not particularly hot or anything unusual.

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Agosto 13, 2022 02:55 PM PDT

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I think

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adc19

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Agosto 5, 2021 01:30 PM PDT

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Agosto 20, 2022 11:27 AM MST

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Very low shrub in wetland habitat; leaves green and glabrous on both sides.

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Agosto 29, 2019 09:49 AM EET

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Tochal; The photo was taken by Yu.O. Klymenko

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petrmad

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Marzo 24, 2022 08:53 AM +03

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Samha (Google, OSM)

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at_ekosaputro

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Junio 17, 2022 06:06 PM WITA

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r_s_e

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Noviembre 18, 2022 08:13 PM WIB

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Largartijo Enano (Anolis occultus)

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redpine

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Julio 23, 2021 12:10 AM PDT

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catyoung

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Noviembre 4, 2017 12:42 PM AEDT

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Septiembre 3, 2022 07:54 PM -11

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Alligator fish n of nunavak 60 30.00, -166 59.96

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julegust

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Julio 24, 2022 07:46 AM PDT

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brianhubbs

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Mayo 1983

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dherbert

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Octubre 2006

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berniedup

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Octubre 2004

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Madagascar (Google, OSM)

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Tampolo, Masoala NP, MADAGASCAR

Scanned Slide from 2004

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shayn_mc

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Julio 2021

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1100m elevation, south aspect talus and subalpine meadow, apparently rare on southern Vancouver Island (so I have obscured the location of the exact site).

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Agosto 12, 2022 03:48 PM PDT

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stefanie_de_win

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Enero 9, 2022 11:01 AM +08

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sebastian323

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Febrero 23, 2021 02:32 PM UTC

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Taquito de Reina (Calceolaria uniflora)

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aliciasersic

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Diciembre 14, 2010 02:40 PM -03

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Poto Dorado (Arctocebus calabarensis)

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avereem

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Marzo 17, 2017 11:27 PM CDT

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daver

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Enero 4, 2016 07:48 AM PST

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Zarigüeya de Orejas Blancas (Didelphis imperfecta)

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suheic

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Octubre 31, 2022 08:07 PM -04

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Conejo de Omiltemi (Sylvilagus insonus)

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stephen220

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Julio 28, 2009

Descripción

Not at all sure of this one

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Martín Cazador Picopala (Dacelo rex)

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mehdh

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Noviembre 12, 2014 05:57 AM CET

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Ave del Paraíso Sedosa (Loboparadisea sericea)

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dlevitis

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Dates may be off by up to one month. Older photos with metadata lost. All photos taken south of Herowana village, across Wara Pio (Fio River)

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danielstewart

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Agosto 28, 2019 09:05 AM PDT

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Seeds were concave (difficult to photograph with phone camera).

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Rata de Crin (Lophiomys imhausi)

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bnchapple

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Junio 22, 2022 08:36 PM EAT

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Carpita del Ameca (Notropis amecae)

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arelyramrez1

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Agosto 31, 2019 03:11 PM SST

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mscaus

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Noviembre 2022

Lugar

Falta la ubicación

Descripción

In 2019 after years of soft releases in predator proof exclosures on Christmas Island 300 blue-tail skinks were selected and gifted their own tropical island Pulu Blan, in the Cocos (Keeling) Islands group after support from the Cocos community

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rynxs

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Octubre 2022

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harsiparker

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Octubre 8, 2021 02:43 PM PDT

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Galls on Common Box (Buxaceae: Buxus sempervirens). These were most likely last season's galls as there are several visible exuviae left by the exiting adult midges. For those that are interested, there are photos of intact galls from this same plant considerably earlier in the year here:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/69096553

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ali_bat

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Octubre 2010

Lugar

Falta la ubicación

Descripción

Excerpt from Peel et al (2017)

See Peel et al (2017) for full listing of locations.

Location: In mid-May 2010 (dry season), two colonies were identified in the south of the island (Figure S2.10), the first, at Adjo (where sampling occurred: 1.58971, 7.3373), north-east of M‡bana, and another nearby at VitŽ, on the path between M‡bana and Aual. The terrain precluded accurate roost or nightly emergence counts, however population sizes at Adjo and VitŽ were estimated at approximately 1000 Ð 1500 bats and 600 Ð1500 bats, respectively. A site where bats had previously been seen roosting near San Juan in the north of the island was empty
In late October/early November 2011 (wet season) six roosts were located, all of them of small size (10-80 bats). Two roosts were observed in the northwest of the island: one near Pali‡ cove (where sampling occurred: 1.4181389 S, 5.6188391 E), and another by a stream 600 m to the south of Pali‡. Another small roost was located in the San Juan valley, in the northeast of the island. One small roost was also located in the centre-west of the island, 1.5 km to the north of Aual. The roosts in the south that harboured hundreds of bats in May 2010 (VitŽ and Adjo) were occupied again but this time only a few dozen bats were present.
In mid-June 2014 (dry season), the roosts in the north of the island were vacated, with only the VitŽ and Adjo roosts being occupied. The large colony of VitŽ (1.459736 S, 5.630429 E) was sampled and its population size estimated at 1,000-1,500 bats.
The island is very small but rugged and other small colonies are likely to exist but we think the existence of undetected large colonies is less likely.
Bats can be seen flying over most of the island and they have also been observed feeding on fruiting trees (e.g. breadfruit, mangoes, bananas) in many areas of the island, including the town of PalŽ. Even at times when the roosts are concentrated in the south of the island some bats are still observed feeding on trees in the northern areas.

Reproductive seasonality: In mid-May 2010, adult females were in very early or early stages of pregnancy and no juveniles were observed in the colony. In mid-June 2014 there were some females in mid stage of pregnancy while others were still in very early to early stages. Based on a gestation period of 4 months, the birthing time was estimated as mid- September. In late October and early November 2011 several females were observed carrying neonates in flight, and one of these pairs was captured in the nets. The proportion of females carrying neonates from the total of flying bats observed appeared to decrease from late October to early November; we made three sampling counts in the north of the island on 25th October (27% of flying bats were females with neonates attached; n = 15), 8th November (5% were females with neonates attached; n = 20), and 10th November (no females carrying neonates were observed; n = 19). While simple sizes are small, this observation likely corresponds with females leaving their juvenile pups at the roost site overnight.
The birthing season seems to occur just before the onset of the wet season. There are two climatological seasons in Annob—n; the dry season from March/April to September/October and the wet season from October/November to February/March. The wet season is when most fruits ripen (e.g., mangoes ripen between October and January).

The climatological seasons and/or the reproductive stages also seem to govern the distribution of roosts in the island. Around the beginning of the birth pulse, when females are lactating, (at the start of the wet season) bats are spread in small roosts (less than 100 individuals) dispersed throughout the island (Similar to observations on S‹o TomŽ). However, in the dry season, when females are in the early stages of pregnancy, most of the bats seem to be concentrated in just two large colonies in the southern area of the island. The South, with its cloud-catching peaks is the wettest part of the island due to the southerly nature of the prevailing winds in this oceanic region. It is also the area where the fruiting season of trees extends beyond that of the northern areas (e.g. mangoes season ends in December in the north while one month later many are still ripping in the south).

Roost structure: The proportion of adults vs. sexually immatures among captured individuals was similar for May 2010 and June 2014 in the southern large roosts, with around 60% adults vs. 40 % SI. A higher proportion of adults were captured in the Pali‡ roost in October/November 2011 (86% adults vs. 14% SI). One neonate bat was also captured attached to its mother in 2011.
The proportion of males vs. females varied from 56% males and 44% females in May 2010 and October/November 2011 to 66% males vs. 34% females in June 2014.

Bat-human interactions: Domestic pigs were observed foraging under a breadfruit tree and banana plantation where E. helvum bats were observed feeding during the night. People also regularly collect fruits from and under the same trees where bats feed. Informal investigations revealed that E. helvum bats are eaten infrequently in Annob—n. Children or teenagers have been observed playfully using stones to harass bats feeding in mango trees in the town (PalŽ), and they were reported to occasionally kill bats feeding close to urban areas with slingshots for consumption. Adults reported that they would not eat bats, either because of a dislike of the taste and smell, or because of an association with witchcraft.

Isolation and differentiation: Juste et al. (2000) established that the E. helvum population on Annob—n is significantly smaller in body size than populations on the nearest islands or on continental Africa. This was supported in this study. Additionally, strong genetic differentiation (Juste et al. 2000; Peel et al. 2013) is apparent and it has been proposed that Annob—nÕs geographic isolation has resulted in sufficient genetic differentiation of E. helvum on the island for its designation as a separate subspecies, E. helvum annobonensis (Juste et al. 2000).

Refs:
Peel, A. J., J. L. N. Wood, K. S. Baker, A. C. Breed, A. de Carvalho, A. Fern‡ndez-Loras, H. S. Gabrieli, G. Gembu, V. A. Kakengi, P. M. Kaliba, R. M. Kityo, T. Lembo, F. Esono Mba, D. Ramos, I. Rodriguez-Prieto, R. Suu-Ire, A. A. Cunningham, D. T. S. Hayman 2017 How does AfricaÕs most hunted bat vary across the continent? Population traits of the straw-coloured fruit bat (Eidolon helvum) and its interactions with humans. Acta Chiropterologica 19(1)

http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.3161/15081109ACC2017.19.1.006

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dave328

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Agosto 12, 2022 02:36 PM PDT

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Chagual (Puya alpestris)

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simonpg96

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Diciembre 14, 2022 04:10 PM -03

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fabien_anthelme

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Abril 3, 2019 11:14 AM +14

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morten

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Febrero 8, 2015 03:39 PM CET

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Cuervo Gris (Corvus tristis)

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gee912

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Noviembre 2019

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prajjwal_ray

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Agosto 17, 2022 04:02 AM IST

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prajjwal_ray

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Julio 4, 2019 06:22 AM IST

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Julio 9, 2019

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ranaesc

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Agosto 8, 2022 09:08 AM +10

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amarzee

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Mayo 28, 2018 02:12 PM KST

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jbroadhead

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Junio 26, 2016 01:20 AM CDT

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udaymondal

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Octubre 2021

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Anémona (Anemone multifida)

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pgkaestner

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Noviembre 3, 2022 12:06 PM -03

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nishey

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Falta la fecha

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sapienshane

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Abril 27, 2022 11:27 AM PDT

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lougarou

Fecha

Marzo 23, 2015

Descripción

Ces specimens peuvent ^tre déterminés comme Lupinus tassilicus. Ce taxon est considéré comme distinct de Lupinus digitatus par les auteurs marocains.

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sebsantpag

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Marzo 21, 2012 07:28 PM -03

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Rascón de Tsingy (Mentocrex beankaensis)

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cclborneo

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Codorniz de Papúa (Synoicus monorthonyx)

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carlosbocos

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Octubre 2018

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jbindernagel

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Noviembre 10, 2022 11:45 AM PST

Descripción

Atop snag in small fen.

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Gorrión Sabanero (Passerculus sandwichensis)

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birdchuvashia

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Mayo 29, 2022 03:57 PM +12

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Helecho Asta de Ciervo (Platycerium ridleyi)

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qin_huang

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Febrero 20, 2018 11:35 AM CST

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Helecho Asta de Ciervo (Platycerium ridleyi)

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qin_huang

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Noviembre 23, 2017 07:42 AM CST

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Lagartija Magallánica (Liolaemus magellanicus)

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carla171

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Octubre 13, 2019 04:29 PM -03

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Yarará Ñata (Bothrops ammodytoides)

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Febrero 12, 1988

Descripción

En Patagonia, provincia del Chubut, en una estancia cercana al mar, Departamento Escalante

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Jurel Gigante (Caranx ignobilis)

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musataal

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Octubre 14, 2022

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Photo by konsehal John Michael Punzalan

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bradenjudson

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Noviembre 5, 2022 11:56 AM PDT

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Tentative - keyed from Noble (only Lecanora key I have). Corticolous on Alder. Apothecia relatively plane, thallus continuous yellow/green/brown. Thalline mragin.

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tremarctos

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Agosto 2022

Descripción

I was lucky to observe this owl for about 20 minutes. When I first found it, it was actively looking around from a relatively open perch. It flushed to a more concealed perch after I attempted to approach it more closely. I heard it (or another individual) calling the following night in the same general area. (I'm about a year behind on my photos, but I had to expedite this one...)

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eyoskevin

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Diciembre 2017

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Nigeria (Google, OSM)

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huda_wd

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Noviembre 2, 2021 08:24 AM WIB

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on footpath

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roymackenzie

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Enero 8, 2022 05:04 PM -03

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fmcghee

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Mayo 25, 2022 03:34 PM PDT

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@jimmylegs ?????

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iancruickshank

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Enero 30, 2022 07:59 PM PST

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rambryum

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Septiembre 12, 2022 10:26 AM PDT

Descripción

750 on limestone ??? Heterocladium? Claopodium? Something else? On limestone wall of creek

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rambryum

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Octubre 13, 2022 04:36 PM PDT

Descripción

On riverbank muds

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Comadreja de Montaña (Mustela altaica)

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manuel_ruedi

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Julio 2019

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aztekium

Fecha

Noviembre 25, 2021 11:54 AM CST

Descripción

6 años después del primer hallazgo aún siguen aquí!
Mi hijo mayor los encontró en el patio trasero de la casa.
Pensamos que habían desaparecido, después de veranos muy calinetes y un invierno con una helada muy fuerte!

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joeysantore

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Diciembre 2022

Descripción

"Living fossil" como SE dice

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nschwab

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Enero 28, 2022 03:49 PM CET

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fmcghee

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Julio 13, 2022 02:19 PM PDT

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lenachiasson

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Junio 26, 2019 10:55 AM ADT

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yourpal

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Octubre 4, 2022 11:00 AM MDT

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shroomydan

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Septiembre 12, 2009

Descripción

Mycowalt can tell a better story about this interesting specimen than I can. It was collected at the Ohio Mushroom Society foray over the weekend. I think we have a fungus on a fungus on a bug.

[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:59:27 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Clear Creek Metro Park, Ohio, USA.’ to ‘Clear Creek Metro Park, Ohio, USA’

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melissa_bruton

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Marzo 2019

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Plantas con Flores (Subfilo Angiospermae)

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mreith

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Septiembre 17, 2019 10:30 AM EDT

Descripción

Seedlings inside a cave. seeds probably dropped there by frugivorous bats

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lukasmekis

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Febrero 5, 2015

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patricio_novoa

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Febrero 1, 2011 09:31 AM -03

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Lantén Cimarrón (Erythranthe guttata)

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josegarrido

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Septiembre 2, 2020 09:49 AM PDT

Descripción

Partial submerged