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ensiirkalla

Fecha

Febrero 6, 2019 a las 04:20 TARDE CST

Descripción

Large mandibles the length of the forelegs, 43mm wingspan with iridescent purple sheen to the wings.

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janet_in_az

Fecha

Julio 10, 2024 a las 06:17 TARDE MST

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Pitón de Birmania (Python bivittatus)

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arthropodantics

Fecha

Junio 21, 2024 a las 01:39 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Probably the most beautiful and impressive wild animal I have ever seen. Such a shame they are such a destructive invasive, but after several nights and dozens of hours, getting a 7-8 foot female burmese as my lifer was incredible. Absolutely worth all of the effort.

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Escarabajos Vagabundos (Familia Staphylinidae)

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jsimon48

Fecha

Agosto 13, 2023 a las 09:00 TARDE MST

Descripción

Approx 3 mm.
Collected at blacklight.
I'm really not sure about the subfamily but feel like it would be a good place to start.

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gwentomologist

Fecha

Julio 4, 2021 a las 10:38 MAÑANA MDT

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Aguililla Cola Roja Occidental (Buteo jamaicensis ssp. calurus)

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mfaucher

Fecha

Agosto 24, 2023 a las 06:53 TARDE MST

Descripción

Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), 115_3811-Enhanced-NR-Edit.tif

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Hormiga Chicatana Negra (Atta mexicana)

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paola72868

Fecha

Abril 14, 2024 a las 03:50 TARDE MST

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froggy143

Fecha

Marzo 23, 2024 a las 05:26 TARDE MST

Descripción

A colony segment found under a rock, no queens or brood visible.

Happy to have seen these guys, I've been wanting to for a while.

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epetko

Fecha

Marzo 15, 2017 a las 09:49 TARDE GMT

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chi-chun

Fecha

Enero 29, 2024 a las 07:36 TARDE CST

Descripción

右:如果有看到藍色的蜈蚣和我說一聲。

(過了1、2分鐘)

青龍出現!

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Venus Atrapamoscas (Dionaea muscipula)

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asabspade

Fecha

Junio 2018

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Planta Jarra de California (Darlingtonia californica)

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nmcnear

Fecha

Julio 2017

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nmcnear

Fecha

Julio 19, 2017 a las 02:49 TARDE PDT

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jencross

Fecha

Agosto 15, 2023 a las 11:20 MAÑANA -05

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Ajolote Tigre Rayado (Ambystoma mavortium)

Fecha

Julio 17, 2022 a las 02:43 TARDE MST

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joaopsm

Fecha

Enero 4, 2024 a las 06:32 TARDE -03

Descripción

A new species that is being described at the Sertão Myrmecology Laboratory, in Bahia - BR.

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steven_gill

Fecha

Marzo 5, 2023 a las 04:04 TARDE AEST

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calliebroaddus

Fecha

Octubre 22, 2023 a las 12:47 TARDE -05

Descripción

Over 5' long, found crossing the road in NW Ecuador at Dracula Reserve, around 2,000m elevation.

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Hormiga Chicatana Negra (Atta mexicana)

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arthropodantics

Fecha

Noviembre 22, 2023 a las 02:22 TARDE MST

Descripción

Consider me dumbfounded, but Atta mexicana are officially established in Santa Cruz Co., AZ. With all of the recent alate observations north of the border (including a few of my own) it has become certain that established populations of this species have pushed further north than Imuris, Sonora. This site had previously been believed to be the northernmost extent of the species circa ~2000, but within the last 25ish years it seems as though the higher elevation habitat north of Imuris has become habitable for this species. Whether or not that is due to climate change, an urban heat island effect in Nogales, or this species adapting to a cooler climate, I am not sure.

As much as I would love to, I cannot take all of the credit for this observation. @ameeds recently made me aware of a BugGuide post by entomologist Salvador Vitanza, where he thoroughly imaged and documented Atta mexicana workers at this exact locality in Nogales, AZ. I was so dumbfounded that within 2 days I was at the locality to verify for myself, and sure enough I found almost exactly what was detailed in the BugGuide Post.
https://bugguide.net/node/view/2306508

Once I confirmed that there were, in fact, Atta workers here, my next task was to locate the colony's "center", the large pile of waste fungus created by these ants above their nesting site. The "nest entrance" detailed by Salvador Vitanza was clearly just a foraging entrance; this species creates underground tunnels from their nest to more fruitful foraging areas - up to 150 meters in any given direction. However, due to the foraging entrance in question having a foraging trail over 100 meters long (BugGuide post says 140m, but I observed the trail fading out at around 105m - trail length likely varies day-by-day). This long trail most likely means that the colony's center was nearby to the foraging entrance. It is worth noting that all foraging activity was on the south side of the street - not a single worker was seen on the north side of the street.

I began my search by exploring the undeveloped land around the property. Unfortunately this area is quite steep, which made it somewhat difficult to survey, but upon searching thoroughly, all I was able to find was an additional foraging entrance underneath a tree located against a backyard wall of the property the original foraging entrance was in front of. I did peer over the wall, but was unable to see any obvious signs of Atta within the backyard of the property.

In the front yard of the property, very close to the original foraging entrance, I noticed 2 additional foraging entrances. One was located in a crack in the walkway , with workers foraging along the side of a concrete barrier for a garden. The second was located in the yard next to a large stone, and had a relatively large and pronounced entrance similar to the one located next to the street. From this entrance a short trail traveled to a Juniper tree, where workers were thoroughly removing plant material and bringing it inside. To see Atta harvesting Juniper so enthusiastically was astonishing to me - I never expected conifers to be a potential food item to Atta.

Given that all four of the foraging entrances I found were centered around this property, and no additional foraging entrances were found away from the property, I suspect the colony's nest is located on the property. I have included a map (last image) of the four foraging entrances and the location of the main long trail.

As a last note on this colony, I do suspect that it is a mature colony. Given the long foraging trails, wide array of plant materials being accepted, and presence of alates in the area, it is likely this colony has been in the area for several years now, and has had the opportunity to spread offspring to other parts of Nogales.

After thoroughly documenting this Atta colony, I explored the rest of the street and a bit of the surrounding area to search for more colonies, but could not find any. I definitely do not expect that this is the only colony in Nogales, AZ, but I was unable to find any additional signs of the species in my limited search. More extensive and widespread searching will definitely be required to find additional signs of this species in Nogales, AZ.

The last note has to do with the male alates found in this observation: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/179394123
Given that Green Valley is around 35 miles north of Nogales - almost the same distance between Imuris and Nogales, it seems there are only 2 possible explanations. Either those male alates hitchhiked on a truck from Nogales to Green Valley (not impossible considering I-19), or this species extends much further north into AZ than anyone expected. The latter has some merit - previously the higher elevation environment around Nogales was the main barrier preventing Atta from spreading northwards. With this habitat now suitable, I believe there is effectively nothing but time preventing this species from spreading even further north. This may seem like a long-shot, but I suspect that if this population in Nogales is able to persist, we will be seeing Atta in Tucson in the next 30 years.

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ericklug

Fecha

Noviembre 20, 2023 a las 08:22 MAÑANA MST

Descripción

The whole colony seemed to be frozen. Temperature around 35 F when I found them. Passed by again an hour and a half later and they were still frozen. Curious if this species thaws out and keeps moving or if the colony was wiped out by the cold.

Update: my partner went on the same trail a couple hours later and they have all thawed and are very much alive. “They are going wild”

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ameeds

Fecha

Noviembre 18, 2023 a las 02:44 TARDE MST

Descripción

One live individual, one in-tact dead individual (that I managed to fumble and lose down the nest entrance) and several fragments of elytra observed in the discarded pile of old fungus.

Two shown here- one live (first three photos) and one deceased before I fumbled it. One of the individuals is also shown here: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/191528251

@cheetolord02 Can you confirm- I think I remember you saying that they are almost always dead when you encounter them in the refuse piles?

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Abejorro Zumbador (Bombus sonorus)

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joseph92

Fecha

Septiembre 17, 2023 a las 04:26 TARDE CDT

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Lobo Mexicano (Canis lupus ssp. baileyi)

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mccreedy

Fecha

Junio 2022

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myrmecophil

Fecha

Septiembre 3, 2023 a las 10:42 MAÑANA +10

Descripción

interesting hunting behavior where groups of Strumigenys sit together on a leaf

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wolfgang_wuster

Descripción

Noticed resting in tree bark at chest height after a group of 20 students had been milling about the area for the previous 20 minutes. Note superb matching of colour and pattern to the bark.

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Culebrita Cabeza Negra de Big Bend (Tantilla cucullata)

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xxerocole

Fecha

Julio 2015

Descripción

Tantilla cucullata predating scolopendra heros

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myrmecophil

Fecha

Agosto 17, 2023 a las 03:16 MAÑANA +10

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myrmecophil

Fecha

Julio 31, 2023 a las 11:32 MAÑANA +10

Descripción

C. foliacea - leg. Francois Brassard

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myrmecophil

Fecha

Agosto 17, 2023 a las 08:14 MAÑANA +10

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myrmecophil

Fecha

Agosto 27, 2023 a las 10:45 MAÑANA +10

Descripción

dark morph of O. tyrannicus?

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Hormigas Semilleras (Género Pheidole)

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myrmecophil

Fecha

Agosto 19, 2023 a las 05:56 MAÑANA +10

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Gato Montés Europeo (Felis silvestris ssp. silvestris)

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javisahun

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2018 a las 02:13 TARDE CET

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tiwane

Fecha

Octubre 5, 2017 a las 11:40 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Thought this moth was decapitated, but @robberfly tells me they play dead. Once I touched it, it moved its wings apart a bit.

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mgehrken

Fecha

Abril 9, 2021 a las 08:42 MAÑANA SAST

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Serpiente Coralillo Sonorense (Micruroides euryxanthus)

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miketroll

Fecha

Julio 25, 2009

Descripción

yes its piebald amazing huh, a friend found it road cruising

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Hormiga Chicatana Negra (Atta mexicana)

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dutchjohn

Fecha

Agosto 20, 2023 a las 07:12 MAÑANA MST

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Lagartija Espinosa del Noroeste (Sceloporus clarkii)

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martha_sample

Fecha

Julio 12, 2023 a las 05:27 TARDE MST

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myrmecophil

Fecha

Julio 26, 2022 a las 12:30 TARDE +10

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Salamandra de Cola Manchada (Eurycea lucifuga)

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menendeza17

Fecha

Abril 29, 2023 a las 02:48 TARDE CDT

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Avispa Papelera Amarilla (Polistes flavus)

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iprabhu

Fecha

Junio 1, 2022 a las 01:42 TARDE MST

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Avispa Papelera Amarilla (Polistes flavus)

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elaine361

Fecha

Octubre 25, 2021 a las 10:08 MAÑANA MST

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Avispa Papelera Amarilla (Polistes flavus)

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jtuttle

Fecha

Mayo 22, 2023 a las 10:59 MAÑANA MST

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sgoodchild

Fecha

Noviembre 3, 2004 a las 01:40 TARDE PST

Descripción

Tri-agency fish surveys (NPS, FWS, NDOW). Two individuals captured. Non-native "aquarium" fish in spring

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Grillo Mormón (Anabrus simplex)

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joeeggy30

Fecha

Julio 11, 2022 a las 12:48 TARDE PDT

Descripción

Road slicked with run over katydids.

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Grillo Mormón (Anabrus simplex)

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mreala

Fecha

Julio 23, 2022 a las 04:51 TARDE PDT

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tetracerus

Fecha

Mayo 18, 2023 a las 11:21 MAÑANA CST

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Lagartija de Collar del Altiplano (Crotaphytus collaris)

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maevebotham

Fecha

Mayo 28, 2023 a las 02:02 TARDE MST

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billpranty

Fecha

Diciembre 1994

Descripción

Lake Placid Christmas Bird Count with Glen Woolfenden, Ron Smith, and Wendy Hale.

The late, great Glen E. Woolfenden (1930-2007), renowned ornithologist, holding an Indigo Snake that we found on Scarborough Ranch after a long day of fieldwork -- note Glen's pants! Taken from a scanned slide photograph; the light was fading, and I did the best I could with the exposure when I scanned the slide in 2008.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glen_Everett_Woolfenden

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Correcaminos Norteño (Geococcyx californianus)

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samzhang

Fecha

Octubre 14, 2022 a las 11:18 MAÑANA PDT

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prmck

Fecha

Octubre 13, 2022 a las 08:16 MAÑANA WIT

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Culebrita Cabeza Negra de Big Bend (Tantilla cucullata)

Fecha

Julio 2018

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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hjallevad

Fecha

Abril 2021

Descripción

A very large amount of larvae in nest of Tetramorium caespitum. Easily recognized by the hairless head. Fourth Danish record, and the first from Jutland. On the 21st of April, almost all of the collected larvae had pupated. On the 4th of May, most were fully developed adults.

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Cascabel de Diamantes (Crotalus atrox)

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outnabout---

Fecha

Abril 2023

Descripción

Squirrel was fighting, biting upper mandible of snake. Then snake did sudden writhe/summersault (maybe just to escape, or maybe to try to get fangs into squirrel). Then squirrel ran away. I couldn’t tell if squirrel had been successfully bitten or if maybe all of the blood was from the snake. If the squirrel dies, hopefully the snake is still able to track it down and eat it.

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mjandersen

Fecha

Abril 9, 2023 a las 10:58 MAÑANA MST

Descripción

I believe this is a coachwhip attacking a whiptail lizard. See here for the whiptail record: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/154714056

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mason_s

Fecha

Febrero 2023

Descripción

Found with @cheetolord02, his observation is linked here: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/149703302

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Coral Malaya Azul (Calliophis bivirgatus)

Fecha

Abril 8, 2015 a las 07:34 TARDE CEST

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Geco Bandeado del Noroeste (Coleonyx variegatus)

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kristina606

Fecha

Agosto 12, 2022 a las 07:03 TARDE PDT

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Boa de Árbol Común (Corallus ruschenbergerii)

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hstorres

Fecha

Febrero 20, 2016

Descripción

Fighting against Scolopendra gigantea

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dawnvla

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2018 a las 11:37 MAÑANA +03

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zugadoo

Fecha

Julio 2022

Descripción

Melanistic individual. Super cool to see and interact with.

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Golondrina (Tillandsia recurvata)

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ethan-k

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gianfranco

Fecha

Marzo 20, 2023 a las 08:39 TARDE CST

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Culebra Chata del Desierto (Salvadora deserticola)

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zeevng

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Culebra de Collar de Desierto (Diadophis punctatus ssp. regalis)

Fecha

Marzo 21, 2009 a las 12:04 TARDE MST

Etiquetas

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Rana de Árbol de Tierras Bajas (Smilisca fodiens)

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amplex4love

Fecha

Julio 2022

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Lagartijas Espinosas (Género Sceloporus)

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bjlmt

Fecha

Octubre 2013

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najera_tutor

Fecha

Agosto 1, 2019 a las 12:52 TARDE CDT

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Amapola de California (Eschscholzia californica)

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jimvanmatre

Fecha

Febrero 11, 2023 a las 11:50 MAÑANA PST

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Chotacabras Portaestandarte (Caprimulgus longipennis)

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marat_m

Fecha

Febrero 11, 2019 a las 07:07 MAÑANA MSK

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Bejuquilla Café (Oxybelis microphthalmus)

Observ.

nmcnear

Descripción

Observed in lower branches of mesquite bush.

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tiracantos

Fecha

Abril 14, 2022 a las 11:28 MAÑANA CET

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herper47

Descripción

A 1967 snapshot in time, back before species protection and the TNC preserve. Per Kauffeld-inspired reverential respect, we carefully photographed and released these two specimens---which were found within 100 feet of each other. Golden memories....

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Saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea)

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joekunk

Fecha

Enero 20, 1979 a las 12:00 MAÑANA -05

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Choya Güera (Cylindropuntia bigelovii)

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joekunk

Fecha

Enero 20, 1979 a las 12:00 MAÑANA -05

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shenyut

Fecha

Julio 2022

Lugar

Hunan, CN (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Inaccurate coordinates
Collected in somewhere of hunan

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matthew_connors

Fecha

Marzo 2018

Descripción

I present to you: the largest dragonfly in the world, featuring my face for size comparison! :P Photos simply don't convey its sheer size and bulk but hopefully having something for comparison helps.

Anyway, story time! This guy was flying around erratically for at least an hour and a half since we arrived - I assume due to the missing wing half. I hadn't seen it myself but a couple of my friends had, and it somehow hit me in the side of the head and quickly flew off. :P
Anyway, while we were all chilling around the river, it decided to fly straight into the waterfall (in the background in pic 3) and was promptly swept downstream. What else could I do?? I jumped in and chased after it! 😂
As you can tell from the photos, my swim was successful, and I ended up with the most enormous dragonfly I have ever seen right before me. :P I can't even properly describe how enormously huge it was. And those amazing cerci! I gave it some time to dry off, but being humid tropical Queensland, it wasn't happening very quickly. It was more than happy to sit on my hand and so I wondered if it would prefer somewhere a bit higher and drier :P
So that is how it ended up on my face! As it dried and we were plagued by march flies, the obvious solution was to give him one to eat. He accepted it gratefully and somehow ate the entire thing in a single bite. Hopefully that goes a way into showing just how huge and formidable these guys are! Not content, he then sliced his huge mandibles into my nose -_- and had to be gently prized off. He slowly lapped up blood for a while after but luckily didn't do any more biting! If I squint in the mirror I can still see a faint line there now :P
He sat for about an hour before we had to leave and I left him on a shrub. I hope he was okay with half a wing missing, but there wasn't much else I could do. All in all one of the best experiences of my life! :D

First photo is by Haley Harding because I am incapable of taking selfies :P

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shenyut

Fecha

Junio 2020

Descripción

the first Chlorogomphus species that founded in Shenzhen,but its habitat was damaged in the early 2021

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faerthen

Fecha

Mayo 2017

Lugar

Nevada, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Date approximate. Photo from Friends of Black Rock-High Rock (http://blackrockdesert.org/).

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

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lehabeast

Fecha

Marzo 2021

Lugar

Privado

Descripción

Персинская домашняя кошка. Не содержится в неволе, так как она если захочет сбежать она без проблем это сделает.

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

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annvictory

Fecha

Enero 2, 2020

Descripción

wild, not owned

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

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bio_alchemist

Fecha

Enero 19, 2016 a las 04:04 TARDE PST

Descripción

Spotted on the way to work one morning!

This was in an Industrial area and had no Collar. So I'm not sure if it was feral or someones pet.

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

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davidgascoigne

Fecha

Abril 5, 2017 a las 12:53 TARDE EDT

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

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gori88lla

Fecha

Noviembre 11, 2018 a las 10:19 MAÑANA CST

Descripción

Deer shot with copper ammo. I was hoping first mammal this winter would be a Mustalid sp.

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Gecko Bandeado de California (Coleonyx variegatus ssp. variegatus)

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emilyyrae

Fecha

Julio 14, 2020 a las 11:55 TARDE PDT

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Geco Bandeado Peninsular (Coleonyx switaki)

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naturenate

Descripción

Found by Jeff nordland

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Cascabel de Diamantes (Crotalus atrox)

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dockens

Fecha

Abril 18, 2005 a las 12:26 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Seen from boat swimming across the reservoir.

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Biznaga de Agua (Ferocactus wislizeni)

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liamhuber

Fecha

Agosto 2015

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Algarrobos (Género Neltuma)

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liamhuber

Fecha

Agosto 11, 2015 a las 07:58 TARDE MST

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gaudettelaura

Fecha

Septiembre 3, 2022 a las 05:45 TARDE MST

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joseph486

Fecha

Noviembre 25, 2022 a las 08:29 MAÑANA CST

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mykeclarkson

Fecha

Febrero 10, 2019 a las 07:45 MAÑANA PST

Lugar

KZN, ZA (Google, OSM)

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

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nick_chu

Fecha

Diciembre 4, 2022 a las 05:33 TARDE MST

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simon_verlynde

Fecha

Marzo 19, 2022 a las 09:50 MAÑANA EDT

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Periquito de Namibia (Agapornis roseicollis)

Observ.

fomich0ff

Fecha

Junio 2021

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squidpastry

Fecha

Abril 2022

Descripción

pool party!

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Pava Hedionda (Opisthocomus hoazin)

Observ.

prakrit

Fecha

Enero 4, 2019 a las 08:57 MAÑANA PST

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Correcaminos Norteño (Geococcyx californianus)

Observ.

dutchjohn

Fecha

Diciembre 2, 2022 a las 01:37 TARDE MST

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Mariposa Atlas (Attacus atlas)

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ndjiakechong

Fecha

Julio 11, 2021 a las 04:44 MAÑANA AWST

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Mariposa Atlas (Attacus atlas)

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armbbb

Fecha

Agosto 12, 2018 a las 05:39 TARDE CST