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joeysantore

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Septiembre 20, 2021 04:26 PM SAST

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Chinche Gigante del Maguey (Acanthocephala thomasi)

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ajamico

Fecha

Junio 23, 2022 11:00 AM MST

Descripción

Only got one picture of this guy, but what a cool shot!

Flower: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/124454375

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Tarántulas (Familia Theraphosidae)

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ajamico

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Junio 21, 2022 09:20 PM MST

Descripción

Video of it eating a cockroach: https://vimeo.com/726045690

Cockroach observation: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/124257164

Here's an observation of the same tarantula from the day before, but the photos are much worse: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/123885387

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Dedos de Muerto (Género Xylaria)

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myxomop

Fecha

Mayo 15, 2014

Descripción

This tiny, striking Xylaria species, with its nearly naked perithecia, has become the poster child for Xylariaceae research in Los Cedros. Roo and I thought they looked a bit like these in cross section:

These are Kodama, the forest spirits of Japanese folklore, as portrayed by Hayao Miyazaki in his epic 1997 film, Princess Mononoke.

This is likely the first record of X. tucumanensis from anywhere outside Argentina, and as such, significantly extends the species’ known range.

Read more about this enigmatic Xylaria and check out an extensive key to the genus for northern Argentina in the following paper:

Hladki, A.I.; Romero, A.I. 2010. A preliminary account of Xylaria in the Tucuman province, Argentina, with a key to species from the Northern Provinces. Fungal Diversity. 42:79-96

Substrate: corticate standing dead wood (post), ~3 cm diam (same as Observation 264296)

Habitat: Northwest Andean montane forest (NT0145)

Collector(s): D. Newman & R. Vandegrift

Collection #: RLC1378

Photomicrography and molecular data forthcoming

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Ardillón de Rocas (Otospermophilus variegatus)

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ajamico

Fecha

Junio 18, 2022 02:17 PM MST

Descripción

Posing for a picture :)
They called these guys the most dangerous animal in the grand canyon, as the most amount of animal-related injuries come from these guys. They're completely desensitized to people and will take food out of your hand.

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Perrito Llanero de Gunnison (Cynomys gunnisoni)

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ajamico

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Junio 18, 2022 09:36 AM MST

Descripción

Taken while on a train. This guy has almost as bad posture as me.

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j_stauffer

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Diciembre 12, 2009 05:01 PM EST

Descripción

Leo Carrillo State Beach

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Saltarín del Fango Grande (Boleophthalmus pectinirostris)

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chia

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Diciembre 6, 2017 01:42 PM EST

Descripción

very cool seeing these in real life, they were everywhere on the mudflat

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Cochinillas (Género Porcellionides)

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ajamico

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2022 10:32 AM HST

Descripción

can i get an F in chat

We were asked by local guides not to share the precise location of any photos from the trip since we were going to some private/secret/sacred locations throughout the week that see trespassers often. I figured it would be better to be overprotective rather than accidentally share something I shouldn't have, so I have edited the accuracy to cover most of the island.

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Chara Copetona (Cyanocitta stelleri)

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sea-kangaroo

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Julio 8, 2019 01:03 PM PDT

Descripción

Utter rubbish, included only for personal listing purposes.

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Helecho Palma (Phlebodium aureum)

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ajamico

Fecha

Mayo 26, 2022 10:57 AM HST

Descripción

His name was Elmer! He wasn't planted there but the owner of the truck was very happy to have him, so she named him Elmer because "he's the only thing gluing the truck together" :)

(featuring her dog Po in the front seat)

We were asked by local guides not to share the precise location of any photos from the trip since we were going to some private/secret/sacred locations throughout the week that see trespassers often. I figured it would be better to be overprotective rather than accidentally share something I shouldn't have, so I have edited the accuracy to cover the entire island.

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Cochito Negro (Melichthys niger)

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ajamico

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2022 03:32 PM HST

Descripción

Snorkeling just off the coast. 5-10m deep.

We were asked by local guides not to share the precise location of any photos from the trip since we were going to some private/secret/sacred locations throughout the week that see trespassers often. I figured it would be better to be overprotective rather than accidentally share something I shouldn't have, so I have edited the accuracy to cover most of the island.

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ajamico

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2022 03:26 PM HST

Descripción

Snorkeling just off the coast. 5-10m deep.

We were asked by local guides not to share the precise location of any photos from the trip since we were going to some private/secret/sacred locations throughout the week that see trespassers often. I figured it would be better to be overprotective rather than accidentally share something I shouldn't have, so I have edited the accuracy to cover most of the island.

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Cazón Coralero Trompacorta (Triaenodon obesus)

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ajamico

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2022 03:22 PM HST

Descripción

Snorkeling just off the coast. 5-10m deep.

We were asked by local guides not to share the precise location of any photos from the trip since we were going to some private/secret/sacred locations throughout the week that see trespassers often. I figured it would be better to be overprotective rather than accidentally share something I shouldn't have, so I have edited the accuracy to cover most of the island.

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Bagre Bandera (Bagre marinus)

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ajamico

Fecha

Julio 6, 2017 10:13 AM EDT

Descripción

Catch and release fishing in the Banana river. Came after we chummed the water.
I can’t remember who hooked this monster but it was by far the biggest catfish I’ve ever seen hooked at the dock. Everyone wanted a picture of them holding it :)

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danebury216

Fecha

Mayo 25, 2019

Descripción

BA313-A: Woodlouse in Baltic amber

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Girasol (Helianthus annuus)

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pedsdoc

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Julio 24, 2021 10:16 AM UTC

Lugar

Buffalo (Google, OSM)

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blastcat

Fecha

Mayo 4, 2022 04:31 PM EDT

Descripción

See: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/138654431

This fungi popped up in one of my Porcellio scaber cultures 3 months ago and has killed over half of the population (50 individuals). The fungi seems to resemble Lagenidium in behaver capable of growing outside of their host but spreads faster with them.

Photos 2 and 3: Fungi growing post-mortem.
Photos 3, 4, and 5: Fungi growing in the enclosure.
Photo 6: Fruiting body under the microscope.
Photo 7 and 8: Fungi under the microscope.

128 Days Later ↓
All individuals from the original 100 are deceased I have added more individuals to keep observing the effects of this fungi.

Photo 9: Recently deceased female.
Photo 10 and 11: Fungi growing post-mortem.

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Avispa Chaqueta Amarilla Sureña (Vespula squamosa)

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ajamico

Fecha

Agosto 16, 2021 05:13 PM EDT

Descripción

“Hello!”
This little one was walking through a little gap in a metal clip on a telephone pole :)

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ajamico

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Abril 29, 2022 12:51 PM EDT

Descripción

Found on a little barnacle clump that I pulled off of a piling

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ajamico

Fecha

Abril 21, 2022 09:03 PM EDT

Descripción

Was not moving.
Seemed to be filled with the same organisms featured in these observations:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/112352855
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/112352929
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/112352993

Collected from fish tank rocks.
First two pics are 250x magnification, others are 1000x.

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ajamico

Fecha

Abril 21, 2022 08:59 PM EDT

Descripción

https://vimeo.com/701882288
https://vimeo.com/701882306
Videos show a lot of movement and eating midway through the first video.
Collected from fish tank rocks.
Last two pics are at 1000x magnification, the rest are at 250x.

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ajamico

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Enero 5, 2021 07:06 PM EST

Descripción

https://vimeo.com/701094270
https://vimeo.com/701094293
Sample taken from a pipe running into a creek in between multiple apartment complexes.

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undulantrelic53

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Mayo 22, 2019 08:47 AM EDT

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Junio 15, 2017 01:32 PM PDT

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vvoelker

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Abril 5, 2019 04:56 PM CDT

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astrobirder

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Noviembre 22, 2019 04:06 PM EST

Descripción

Look I tried

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simongrove

Fecha

Marzo 2014

Descripción

Flinders Island cave-slater Echinodillo cavaticus. The world has only two known species of the very distinctive Echinodillo cave-slaters. One is found on the Marquesas Islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. This other species is known only from a small cave in southern Flinders Island, where its entire global range is measurable in square metres. We found this one during our Bush Blitz on Flinders Island in March 2014.

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cedric_lee

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Enero 20, 2016

Descripción

This is the first record of Lauria cylindracea in North America. A paper will soon be published.

Video I took of the snails:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhqE7IeQiVA

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ajamico

Fecha

Agosto 2021

Descripción

My favorite moth!!! I’ve been looking for one for over a year 😁 And this one had such beautiful coloration!

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krosenthal

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Octubre 2020

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Cochinilla Mediterránea (Armadillidium vulgare)

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mimantis

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Julio 2020

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Puma Norteamericano (Puma concolor ssp. couguar)

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ajamico

Fecha

Junio 2020

Descripción

Caught by a security camera.
About 6 feet long, and the tip of the tail is slightly darker.

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Insectos, Arácnidos Y Crustáceos (Filo Arthropoda)

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blkmountaingirl

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Septiembre 26, 2019 11:47 AM EDT

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Peces Escorpión (Familia Scorpaenidae)

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markmcg

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Agosto 21, 2018 11:15 PM AEST

Descripción

Inside the netted (think big holes) swimming area.

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ajamico

Fecha

Julio 23, 2021 02:45 PM EDT

Descripción

Some sort of infection on a few of the chinese holly (Ilex cornuta) leaves. Did not notice any signs of infection on the stems.
Holly: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/88294071

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Abejorro del Noreste de Estados Unidos (Bombus impatiens)

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ajamico

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Julio 19, 2021 05:04 PM EDT

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Tortuga Lagarto Norteña (Chelydra serpentina)

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bradleyallf

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Julio 8, 2020 07:45 PM EDT

Descripción

Grabbed it just quick enough to snap a picture

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ajamico

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Julio 12, 2021 05:11 PM EDT

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ariani

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Julio 3, 2021 01:24 PM CEST

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Carpintero de Pechera Común (Colaptes auratus)

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scottking

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Febrero 14, 2018 01:55 PM CST

Descripción

Woodpecker feather?
Spring Creek
Cowling Arboretum
Northfield, Minnesota

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Reyezuelo Sencillo (Regulus regulus)

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alexandreroux

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Enero 13, 2013

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Rana Arbórea Verde (Hyla cinerea)

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jenn46

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Agosto 19, 2019 02:12 PM EDT

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Venado de Cola Blanca (Odocoileus virginianus)

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ajamico

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Agosto 2014

Descripción

Albino deer with its family

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ajamico

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Octubre 22, 2020 03:17 AM EDT

Descripción

Not sure if Bradybaena similaris or Cepaea sp.

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Mariposa Búho de Ojos Cafés Centroamericana (Dynastor darius ssp. stygianus)

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magazhu

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Febrero 11, 2016

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Culebrera Pechinegra (Circaetus pectoralis)

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happyasacupcake

Fecha

Mayo 30, 2018 12:20 PM SAST

Descripción

We saw the snake eagle as it flew up from the ground. It flew in slow circles while it controlled and started to eat the snake. One minute from pic 1 to pic 8 where it started to eat the snake. Total time for this series, three minutes.

Snake at https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/14774517

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ajamico

Fecha

Julio 20, 2008 01:32 PM EDT

Descripción

Eating a fish

Fish observation: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/61400836

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dongminsung

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Abril 17, 2017 12:20 PM EDT

Descripción

Confirm?

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adambryant

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alderash

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Julio 9, 2017 02:11 PM CEST

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Delfín Mular (Tursiops truncatus)

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solarflowers

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Junio 26, 2020 09:25 AM EDT

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botaneek

Fecha

Octubre 26, 2018 07:17 AM SAST

Descripción

just for fun; part of one of 12 quagga breeding programs aimed at bring back the quagga from extinction - not sure how many generations these guys are - prob 5th or 6th and looking pretty good, some have the orange tinge, lack of stripes on lower half, etc

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Flamenco Común (Phoenicopterus roseus)

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ajamico

Fecha

Marzo 15, 1959 12:00 PM EST

Descripción

Location is listed as Silver Springs, FL
Date is listed as March 1959
Scanned from a slide from my family's collection

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Flamenco Común (Phoenicopterus roseus)

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ajamico

Fecha

Marzo 15, 1959 12:00 PM EST

Descripción

Location is listed as Silver Springs, FL
Date is listed as March 1959
Scanned from a slide from my family's collection

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Mono Resus (Macaca mulatta)

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ajamico

Fecha

Marzo 15, 1959 12:00 PM EST

Descripción

Location is listed as Silver Springs, FL
Date is listed as March 1959
Scanned from a slide from my family's collection

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ajamico

Fecha

Julio 2019

Descripción

Growing in the side of a rock face

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ajamico

Fecha

Julio 13, 2020 07:09 PM EDT

Descripción

Definitely in the genus Mordellistena, and the patterns on the elytra look similar to Mordellistena liturata. I haven’t been able to find pictures of Mordellistena species other than the ones listed on iNaturalist, so I’m not certain.