Archive Project (Summer 2009 - Fall 2011)

I began reviewing my images from mid-summer 2009 through September 2011. Most images were made in south-central Pennsylvania with a couple along the Atlantic seashore.

This post will serve as a summary of my observations, organized by location:

--Two Gates--

Pennsylvania grass spider
brown marmorated stink bug (nymph)
hibiscus sawfly larvae on Rose of Sharon
asian ladybird (eggs, beetle, copulation)
Pennsylvania leatherwing (copulation)
cicada (emerging)
eastern tiger swallowtail (male)
Cooper's hawk (juvenile)
leopard slug (eggs)
mourning dove
varied carpet beetle (on yarrow)
ground elder/goutweed/bishop's weed
red admiral caterpillar on stonecrop 'John Creech'
water striders (introduced)
12-spotted skimmer
ground cherry
digger wasp
cottontail rabbit (young)
wood louse hunter
land snail
ants (with eggs)
ladybird beetle eggs
orchard spider
fragile forktail damselfly
dragonfly naiad
grapeleaf skeletonizer moth
milkweed beetle
common slider
bird's nest fungi

--Mom's House--

hackberry emperor butterfly nectaring on butterfly bush
robin's nest (four eggs)
gilled mushroom
hummingbird moth
robber fly
common buckeye

--Lebanon County--

common snapping turtle

--Wildwood Lake--

porcelain gray (moth)
chrysalis (unidentified)
aphids on Joe-Pye
long-jawed spider
aquatic snails
praying mantid
dame's rocket (invasive)
great blue heron

--Bellaire Woods--

orange mycena
gilled mushrooms

--Quittapahilla Creek--

northern water snake
box elder (bud burst)
maple bladder gall mite
garter snake
miscellaneous fungi
jumping spider

--Hummel Nature Trail--


--Ricketts Glen State Park (Northern PA)--

mallard (female)
british soldier lichen
yellow fly agaric

--Middle Creek--

snow geese
tundra swans

--Stone Harbor (NJ)--

hermit crab

--Virginia Seashore--

lady crab

--The Cabin (Northern PA)--

meadow fritillary
red eft
moss ball

--Choptank River--

sea nettles

--Maryland Seashore--

Asian shore crab

Publicado por catttailsandcobwebs catttailsandcobwebs, 24 de mayo de 2020



These observations from the past are wonderful! Thank you for uploading them and sharing. :) I really enjoy when folks add in their photos from years pre-iNaturalist.

Here's one of my favorites:

Keep it up! :)

Publicado por sambiology hace 5 meses (Marca)

@sambiology Thank you for taking time to comment; honestly, until I visited your link to the fantastic image from 1968 I'd not thought of sharing my 'lifetime' of images! I am sure I have some photographs of wildlife around my family's cabin that date back to the 1970s -- and it would be great fun to include them here. :)

Publicado por catttailsandcobwebs hace 5 meses (Marca)

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