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Izote (Yucca brevifolia)

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Octubre 18, 2021 01:34 PM PDT

Descripción

Young Joshua Trees. 2nd photo is a wider view, with these trees on the right.

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Agosto 14, 2020 01:10 PM PDT

Descripción

Gall found on ground beneath a Coast Live Oak tree. No exit holes present.

Host tree: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/86128982

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Batamote (Baccharis salicifolia)

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Junio 11, 2022 06:08 PM PDT

Descripción

Mule Fat growing in the sandy riverbed.

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Moscas del Vinagre Y Parientes (Familia Drosophilidae)

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Junio 17, 2022 02:49 PM PDT

Descripción

I found this Palm Fly on a half drunken soda can indoors. Identified by @dvanoverbeke.

Photos 6 and 7 are size comparisons to the standard size soda can. Some of the photos have increased sharpness to better show the fly's traits.

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oldranger

Descripción

D55IR_V076.B00038.069__FG=1000,FT=12717,NIR=1,GM=41,EV=29,PY=26,DY=62,GB=0x80,SG=0x0,EL=236,AEY=248,AEM=1,AEB=0

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Avispas de Las Agallas (Familia Cynipidae)

Fecha

Enero 15, 2021 12:25 PM PST

Descripción

A stem-based Gall found next to some scat on the path.
Had a dimple on bottom, and was still attached to the stem on top.

Under a Coast Live Oak if I recall correctly.

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Liebres Y Conejos (Familia Leporidae)

Fecha

Marzo 16, 2021 07:39 PM PDT

Descripción

I found this pelvis bone next to a cat skull. Found in the leaflitter of a small rocky depression surrounded by a downward sloping lawn, with a pipe allowing for drainage elsewhere.

I've found another skull and additional bones here over the course of 2 years, so I believe that it's a feeding ground for Coyotes, which are often spotted in this part of campus at night.

I'll measure this and add the measurements at a later date when I'm back at home.

Adjacent cat skull: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/113328126

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grmorrison

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Junio 3, 2021 10:05 AM PDT

Descripción

Tiny leaf galls, growing on the upper/adaxial surface of the leaves of a Quercus agrifolia in the rocky, dry creek bed in Ham Canyon, San Dimas Canyon area, San Gabriel Mountains foothills. Gall a brown color. Shaped kind of like a apple, spherical, with depression at top. Coin used for scale is a US quarter dollar (¢25 piece), 24.26 mm, 0.955 inch in diameter. Coast live oak host posted separately here: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/81456867

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grmorrison

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Julio 1, 2021 09:33 AM PDT

Descripción

Tiny, pumpkin-shaped gall on the upper/adaxial surface of a Quercus agrifolia leaf. Host plant growing on the E-facing slope of the canyon on the W side of Puddingstone Hill, San Jose Hills, San Dimas. Host plant posted as separate observation here: http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/85225774

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Ardillón de California (Otospermophilus beecheyi)

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nancyfox

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Octubre 2, 2022 11:30 AM PDT

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laurahaynes

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Septiembre 23, 2022 12:30 PM CDT

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Rana de Coro de Baja California (Pseudacris hypochondriaca)

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birb14

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Junio 6, 2020 12:27 PM PDT

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Helecho Nadador (Salvinia natans)

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nomen_dubium

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Septiembre 19, 2022 07:52 PM MSK

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siddantas

Fecha

Mayo 9, 2020 09:13 AM -04

Descripción

At work!

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Julio 22, 2022 01:03 PM PDT

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Nopales Y Xoconostles (Género Opuntia)

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connor-is-kool

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Julio 13, 2022 10:36 AM PDT

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Mariposas Y Polillas (Orden Lepidoptera)

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Septiembre 11, 2022 10:14 AM CDT

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Ratones de Campo (Género Peromyscus)

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benarmstrong

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Enero 25, 2019 11:07 AM AST

Descripción

I was retrieving a shirt thrown into the brush in a boggy part of our trail and found this poor unfortunate victim suspended in the crook of a tree. Whether it crawled up there and died, was dropped by a raptor, or stashed, I guess I'll never know.

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Mantis del Noroeste (Stagmomantis limbata)

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vreinkymov

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Junio 2022

Descripción

In my catnip plant, was eying me suspiciously while quivering in tandem to gusts of wind

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Sicómoros (Género Platanus)

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vreinkymov

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Septiembre 24, 2022 10:07 AM PDT

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Hormigas (Familia Formicidae)

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lordofbugs

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Julio 17, 2019 01:58 AM PDT

Descripción

i keep seeing this ants with wings all over my house, someone suggested they might be young queens but i dont know anything about ants so

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Calabacilla Loca (Cucurbita foetidissima)

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vreinkymov

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Septiembre 24, 2022 07:30 AM PDT

Descripción

If you rub the leaf between fingers and it smells like regular cheetos, cucumber, and strong body odor, the species name foetidissima makes perfect sense. Not a good identification method since I scratched my nose shortly after and the smell lingered.

Previously tried eating the green fruit, was incredibly bitter and would consider it inedible. Also found a dry gourd and seeds are worse, leave a lingering bitter aftertaste, maybe worse than Denatonium Benzoate.

Very much unlike Cucurbita palmata, where dry seeds are only slightly bitter and quite edible.

Also reputed as a soapy plant. Fruit not as frothy as expected when blended with water and left characteristic bitterness on hands that easily ruins sandwich eating for example.

Therefore, no useful uses for humans except the first... teaching people about the non-recommended ID method.

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Avetoro Norteño (Botaurus lentiginosus)

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lucasbobay

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Septiembre 24, 2022 03:41 PM CDT

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Garza Nocturna Corona Negra (Nycticorax nycticorax)

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naturaleza7

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Septiembre 22, 2022 07:10 PM PDT

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Dientes de León (Género Taraxacum)

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emilir24

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Septiembre 14, 2022 05:04 PM EDT

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raspberryberet

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Agosto 4, 2022 05:52 PM PDT

Descripción

Isn’t it?

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Ardilla Zorra (Sciurus niger)

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dghjertaas

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Abril 27, 2022 08:23 AM CST

Descripción

Female lactating Fox Squirrel chewing on antlers

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Chinche de Hombros Rojos (Jadera haematoloma)

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raspberryberet

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Agosto 10, 2022 04:09 PM PDT

Descripción

Or Red Shoulder Bug?

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Tuza Norteña (Thomomys bottae)

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howardfriedman1

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Septiembre 22, 2022 09:23 AM PDT

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Venado de Cola Blanca (Odocoileus virginianus)

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skytheanimalman

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Septiembre 16, 2022 06:49 PM EDT

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Humano (Homo sapiens)

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elliotroper

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Septiembre 18, 2022 02:15 PM EDT

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Gavilán de Cooper (Accipiter cooperii)

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smeckert

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Septiembre 19, 2022 09:08 PM PDT

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Pato Arcoíris (Aix sponsa)

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sylbird

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Mayo 21, 2022 06:54 PM CDT

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suz

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Mayo 8, 2018

Descripción

I brought home a specimen of Oxalis so @sonnia and I could key it out using http://www.guynesom.com/CorniculataeSidoid09.pdf, Shinners & Mahler's Flora of North Central Texas, and Flora of North America.

Determination:

  • Oxalis stricta doesn't occur in Texas
  • 4 species do occur in Texas

    1. Oxalis dillenii--erect, multistemmed, obcordate leaves, and seeds are "brownish , tranverse ridges with strong graying or white lines" (Guy Nesom's study).
    2. Oxalis texana--single stem, erect, cordate leaves, and prominent red stripes at the base (corolla throat) of the yellow flower. We found that the key word there is prominent because sometimes O. dilleni has thin red stripes, but the leaves are obcordate.
    3. Oxalis corniculata--low growing, rooting at the nodes, and often with a purple edge on the leaves.
    4. Oxalis florida--single stem,obcordate leaves, flower has red lines, seeds have brown color on the transverse ridge.

Updated study by Guy Nesom: http://www.phytoneuron.net/2014Phytoneuron/12PhytoN-Oxalisdilleniigroup.pdf.

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Rana de Coro de Baja California (Pseudacris hypochondriaca)

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jorgehvaldez

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Mayo 2022

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Ranas Y Sapos (Orden Anura)

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runningvegan

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Febrero 4, 2021 08:45 AM UTC

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Zopilote Aura (Cathartes aura)

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vreinkymov

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Septiembre 13, 2022 08:58 AM PDT

Descripción

Circling near the aircraft hangar, gliding and not flapping wings so doubt it was a Corvus.

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Chicharras Norteamericanas (Género Neotibicen)

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matthewpiggott

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Septiembre 14, 2022 10:57 AM ADT

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Avetorillo (Ixobrychus minutus)

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kakariki14

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Agosto 31, 2022 09:15 AM CEST

Descripción

PHOTOBOMBING!

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Bajapalos Pecho Blanco (Sitta carolinensis)

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kalamurphyking

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Septiembre 9, 2022 09:49 AM CDT

Descripción

Hi There!
Apparently, nuthatches have tons of personality. Who knew?

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Humano (Homo sapiens)

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sedgequeen

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Septiembre 14, 2022 05:22 PM PDT

Descripción

Note saber-toothed carnivore. Obviously, we naturalists need to spend more time exploring the Land of Umpqua, where strange beings exist.

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Mapache (Procyon lotor)

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Enero 3, 2021 03:55 PM PST

Descripción

Scat found within underground storm drain tunnel, roughly 5 minutes of walking from the tunnel entrance. Found on cement slope between 2 tunnels. Still smelled, but was dry. Location is approximate, as there was no reception or GPS underground. This part of the tunnel was pitch black.

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Culebras Y Parientes (Familia Colubridae)

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2020 10:06 AM PDT

Descripción

Snakeskin found at top of Puma Ridge Trail.

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Marzo 15, 2021 04:33 PM PDT

Descripción

Crown whitefly on Southern Live Oak leaf found on sidewalk.

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Mayo 3, 2021 01:39 PM UTC

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Cardo Abrepuño (Centaurea solstitialis)

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chilipossum

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Septiembre 9, 2022 11:13 AM PDT

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Viudas (Género Latrodectus)

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goldenbeetle

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Junio 15, 2022 03:23 AM PDT

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Arañas Tejedoras Manchadas (Género Neoscona)

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flyinpenguin

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Noviembre 16, 2019 03:47 PM UTC

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twan3253

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Agosto 28, 2022 10:05 AM AEST

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Tapacaminos Pandeagua (Phalaenoptilus nuttallii)

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mikaelromich

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Agosto 1, 2022 10:20 PM PDT

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Zopilote Aura (Cathartes aura)

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Junio 18, 2015 03:28 PM EDT

Descripción

One of 3 large turkey vultures high in tree along the road. As I was walking underneath, they dropped a big stick that alerted me to their presence.

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bobby23

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Julio 2022

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Abeja Melífera Europea (Apis mellifera)

Fecha

Noviembre 2020

Descripción

Western honey bee found floating on back in pool. I lifted her from below and unfortunately she stung me. I've read that honey bees can untwist their stinger out by walking in circles, so I waited for 3 minutes while this girl tried it and eventually she just ended up ripping her venom sack out. She was alive enough to fly away after that, but I can't imagine so do well with part of her body ripped out. She didn't disembowel herself though. Last image is of the sting.

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Jaramagos o Mostazas Silvestres (Género Sisymbrium)

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btimothy

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Marzo 10, 2020 03:12 PM PDT

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Calabacilla Loca (Cucurbita foetidissima)

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johncorney

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Junio 4, 2022 10:50 AM PDT

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Abrojo (Tribulus terrestris)

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macciecheese

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Agosto 17, 2022 06:00 PM PDT

Descripción

Pokey

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Garza Nocturna Corona Negra (Nycticorax nycticorax)

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danielmhsu

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Septiembre 5, 2022 06:25 PM PDT

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elainenguyen

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Septiembre 30, 2021 10:50 AM PDT

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Fecha

Junio 30, 2021 03:05 PM PDT

Descripción

Shrimp looking thing found under a pile of seagulls. Burrowed into the sand fleeing me. One of many.
ID based on AI.

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Junio 30, 2021 03:45 PM PDT

Descripción

Part of a large Macrocystis bulb I believe. Slippery to the touch, and soft, like the interior of some plants. Had peeling skin. Found 20 feet from the current tide.

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Cuervo Norteamericano (Corvus brachyrhynchos)

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Junio 30, 2021 03:48 PM PDT

Descripción

Bird footprint in the sand near the top of the beach (far from the water). I'm guessing a gull, as that was the only kind of bird around that day.

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Acedera (Oxalis corniculata)

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Septiembre 6, 2022 10:56 AM PDT

Descripción

A flowering and fruiting Woodsorrel growing unplanted in moist soil. When I touched it, a seed got on my hand.

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Pelícanos (Género Pelecanus)

Observ.

californiagrey

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Agosto 23, 2022 12:41 PM PDT

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Oso Negro Americano (Ursus americanus)

Fecha

Junio 29, 2022 02:06 PM EDT

Descripción

I have visited Grundy Lake Park about 10 times since the late 1990s, mostly spending a night or two before or after my canoeing trips on the French River or Georgian Bay. This time we spent 4 nights at Poplar Campground, from Sunday to Thursday.

Upon arrival at the park, we were warned about active bears. A few hours later we saw a smallish black bear which was inspecting our neighbor’s campsite.
The next day, as we were engaged in a conversation, the bear walked across our campsite, totally undisturbed by our presence, and proceeded to the one on the other side of the road.
Then on the third day, while I was alone at the campsite, just about to prepare & have my breakfast, the bear emerged from the forest, sniffed at my tent and walked straight to the table, to the bag containing food—which I had just brought from the car. I was standing on the other side of the table, banging on it with a stick, shouting, banging on the car and even honking the horn-but the bear did not care at all and continued consuming the food. Only when I lifted a chair, it took off and went into the forest, carrying the bag in his mouth. Fortunately, bears are clumsy and it quickly lost the bag, which I managed to grab, along with a few other items from the table, and put into the car. Just 10 seconds later the bear was back at the table, dissecting a box of fiber (i.e., my breakfast) which I did not get a chance to snatch. Again, I shouted and pounded a piece of wood on the table, yet to no avail—the bear was just totally preoccupied with consuming the content of the box. Eventually it grabbed the box in his mouth and went into the forest, a few meters from my tent, when it finished eating it.

I have had a lot of encounters with black bears, but this was the first time when I came across a bear that was totally unafraid of me and that showed up at the campsite while I was sitting at the table, about to have breakfast.

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Retama de Olor (Spartium junceum)

Fecha

Junio 11, 2022 05:58 PM PDT

Descripción

Flowering and fruiting. Growing in the sandy riverbed, around some rocks. A few present. Flowers, fruiting bodies, and leaves included.

ID based on iNaturalist's AI suggestion.

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Pino de Brea (Pinus coulteri)

Observ.

mharvey87

Fecha

Marzo 18, 2018 03:02 PM PDT

Descripción

freemaptools.com elevation finder had this location at about 2860ft. This is the lowest in elevation I have seen the coulter pines along hwy38. Overall this stand is not looking well. From the photos only one pine looks to be in decent condition. These trees are all mature and their location in the wash area of mill creek suggests that they must have had enough water. Now with the recent years of drought the creek must not be supplying enough water and possibly allowing for other threats such as bark beetles, though I did not go close enough to check. Note the large cones of the coulter pine hanging from the branches in the fourth photo.

Plants

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Plantas (Reino Plantae)

Fecha

Febrero 26, 2022 12:10 PM PST

Descripción

This intriguing plant species is abundant in the SURF garden. I've yet to get it identified.

This one was growing unplanted between the planter boxes. Multiple present. I pulled it out as I was assigned to weed the area.

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Liebre Cola Negra (Lepus californicus)

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rprovost

Fecha

Marzo 2021

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Psílido Australiano del Eucalipto (Glycaspis brimblecombei)

Fecha

Julio 1, 2020 10:39 AM PDT

Descripción

Growths on tree's leaves.

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Mosca Soldado Negra (Hermetia illucens)

Fecha

Agosto 2022

Descripción

This looks to be a Black Soldier Fly pupa, but the white head makes it resemble scat. I don't know whether it was eaten and pooped out or what. It had the same strength/flimsiness of a Black Solider Fly larva/pupa.

Located next to our 2 compost bins.

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Hormigas Cosechadoras (Género Pogonomyrmex)

Fecha

Junio 22, 2022 02:35 PM PDT

Descripción

There were many of these ants here. They didn't seem to wander in a straight line. They didn't mind me sitting in the dirt among them.

This whole area was demolished in August of 2022 to rebuild the tennis facilities.

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Álamo Negro (Populus trichocarpa)

Fecha

Junio 5, 2022 03:08 PM PDT

Descripción

This observation is for the host plant. This plant, which seems to be a tree, is growing to the side of the Historic Dam Trail, adjacent to the Santiago Creek. The last picture shows the tree's location in relation to the nearby electrical box, which I use as a landmark. It's partially covered by native grapevines.

Some of its leaves have galls on them, which I've posted separately at this link: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/132382455

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calikatbird

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2018 10:19 AM PST

Descripción

On. Coast Live Oak h

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merav

Fecha

Noviembre 30, 2019 10:05 AM PST

Descripción

old spring generation
on coast live oak

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Avoceta Americana (Recurvirostra americana)

Observ.

no6km

Fecha

Agosto 24, 2022 04:54 PM EDT

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Malva de Chaparral (Malacothamnus fasciculatus)

Fecha

Junio 5, 2022 02:11 PM PDT

Descripción

Growing next to the trail.

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Camarón de Coral (Palaemon ritteri)

Observ.

hyperiodic

Fecha

Abril 14, 2016 01:01 PM PDT

Descripción

Two specimens captured in a beach seine.

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Coyote (Canis latrans)

Fecha

Agosto 12, 2022 10:32 AM PDT

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Chilicothe (Marah macrocarpa)

Observ.

grmorrison

Fecha

Agosto 5, 2022 09:59 AM PDT

Descripción

Dried above-ground portions of a wild cucumber, grown up a chainlink fence, in a thin remnant strip of degraded chaparral that has been trapped by development on all sides. Just N of the Kohl's store in Glendora, CA, at the S edge of the basin beside Louie Pompei Memorial Sports Park. Coin used for scale is a US quarter dollar (¢25 piece), 24.26 mm, 0.955 inch in diameter.

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gavinhughes

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Mayo 2, 2020 04:49 PM PDT

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Girasoles (Género Helianthus)

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malikc11

Fecha

Octubre 1, 2021 11:05 AM UTC

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Araña Plateada de Jardín (Argiope argentata)

Observ.

lahaina

Fecha

Mayo 2022

Descripción

I've been watching this female spider grow from a juvenile spiderling to adult. I don't understand how an adult male just appears overnight. Where did he come from? How did he find her? If he was hanging around, why have I never seen him before?

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Malvas (Género Malva)

Fecha

Febrero 13, 2021 10:00 PM PST

Descripción

Plant growing as a weed on edge of orange orchard. It rained earlier today.

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Abeja Melífera Europea (Apis mellifera)

Fecha

Junio 2021

Descripción

I don't know whether this is a Western Honey Bee phenotype or a queen (longer abdomen?), but either way, I found it floating dead in my pool.

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Asno (Equus asinus)

Observ.

jbrcoa

Fecha

Septiembre 6, 2021 10:44 AM PDT

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Fecha

Marzo 2022

Descripción

This green and black colored Aphid was on a Sow Thistle that I pulled out.

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Caballito del Diablo Azul (Calopteryx virgo)

Observ.

thierrycordenos

Fecha

Julio 6, 2022 05:30 PM CEST

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Venado Bura (Odocoileus hemionus)

Fecha

Enero 12, 2021 10:37 AM PST

Descripción

One of 3 deer spotted off the trail. We heard them loudly moving through the brush and looked up to see them walking on the side of a hill next to the trail, roughly 50 feet from us. 3 females (?)

Trail was relatively unoccupied by people. Saw 3 other hikers in the hour we were there.

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Golondrina (Euphorbia hypericifolia)

Fecha

Octubre 20, 2021 12:34 PM PDT

Descripción

A small Spotted Spurge growing as a weed in the Lewis Hall courtyard. One of many.

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Ardilla Zorra (Sciurus niger)

Observ.

johnwaidner

Fecha

Agosto 8, 2022 04:32 PM EDT

Descripción

Broken tail? Birth defect?

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Zopilote Aura (Cathartes aura)

Observ.

deathcap

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2021 08:26 PM EDT

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Viuda Negra Norteña (Latrodectus hesperus)

Fecha

Agosto 6, 2022 01:50 AM PDT

Descripción

This Widow spider has made a web against a streetlight in a parking lot. It's currently eating someone.

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Chinche de Hombros Rojos (Jadera haematoloma)

Fecha

Julio 28, 2022 07:23 PM PDT

Descripción

I foiund this oddly colored Red-shouldered Bug on the pavement.

Red-shouldered Bugs are seasonally abundant here.

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cclborneo

Fecha

Julio 20, 2022 05:08 AM +08

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Mariposa Azul Pigmea (Brephidium exilis)

Observ.

guyincognito

Fecha

Junio 26, 2022 09:08 AM PDT

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Ratas Cambalacheras (Género Neotoma)

Fecha

Diciembre 13, 2020 07:30 AM PST

Descripción

A broken rodent skull, jaw bones, and other bones found in an owl pellet that I found underneath a Eucalyptus Tree.

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Arañas Saltarinas (Familia Salticidae)

Observ.

johnascher

Fecha

Diciembre 1, 2020 02:37 PM +08