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Most recent comments

7 days ago Newfiegirl made the following comment on the observation of Black fox posted on September 25, 2018:
Unfortunately this little guy was struck and killed this winter...RIP little one I'll miss seeing you around the backyard this Summer  (reply...)
12 days ago Tclenche made the following comment on the observation of Shrew posted on March 05, 2019:
i see lots of prints in fresh snow, but I have not met a live shrew in the woods this winter! Great sighting!!

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18 days ago Elijah made the following comment on the observation of unknown insect posted on November 10, 2018:
Thank you for the identification!  (reply...)
18 days ago Elijah made the following comment on the observation of Unknown posted on October 24, 2018:
Thank you for the information!  (reply...)
18 days ago Barry Hicks made the following comment on the observation of unknown insect posted on November 10, 2018:
Yes wasp in the family Braconidae. (reply...)
18 days ago Barry Hicks made the following comment on the observation of Unknown posted on October 24, 2018:
The lines are dark because of the frass (poop) produced by the insect as it is feeding. (reply...)
18 days ago Barry Hicks made the following comment on the observation of Unknown posted on October 24, 2018:
Elijah,  the dark lines are caused by a leaf mining insect (likely a fly in the Family Agromyzidae).  Notice that the lines are narrow, that's when the maggot is small and as it feeds and grows larger, the line gets fatter.  The fly pupates and emerges from the leave.  You would find a hole in the leaf epidermis at the end of the line. (reply...)
37 days ago Todd made the following comment on the observation of Small Ducks posted on August 15, 2015:
Indeed they are pintails. (reply...)
37 days ago Todd made the following comment on the observation of not sure posted on May 26, 2015:
A ruby-crowned kinglet (reply...)
37 days ago Todd made the following comment on the observation of unknown liverwort posted on September 25, 2018:
A type of liverwort (reply...)