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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: bio_alchemist] * 1
    #26740137 - 06/12/20 07:27 PM (23 days, 19 hours ago)

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I didnt care much about non mushroom taxonomy until about a month ago since I started posting on inaturalist.
I have found some pretty neat stuff the last few weeks!

Thamnophis elegans terrestris



Ensatina eschscholtzii a terrestrial salamander.



Anaxyrus boreas



Sceliphron caementarium



And what might be some sort of beetle larvae I managed to photograph despite having my eyeballs pelted with 1 billion MPH Sand.



I post all the shit I find here if anyone wants to see more / help me ID stuff.
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https://www.inaturalist.org/people/bio_alchemist





Freaking Awesome! You guys get the brilliant colored garter snakes in your neck of the plains :awesomenod:


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Allium]
    #26740364 - 06/12/20 09:21 PM (23 days, 17 hours ago)

Finally found some chantrelles today!!! Got to excited to take pics though hahah we did find this little dude though.



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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: MentalPariah]
    #26740451 - 06/12/20 09:59 PM (23 days, 16 hours ago)

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Finally found some chantrelles today!!! Got to excited to take pics though hahah we did find this little dude though.






How cute, yeah the chants are out, but it refuses to rain here :sad:


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Allium]
    #26740568 - 06/12/20 10:41 PM (23 days, 15 hours ago)

Well I finally checked a spot I found a few months ago that just felt right, like had lots of oaks and poplar next to a creek....I was right and its gonna be a honey hole if we can get some decent steady rains.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Allium]
    #26740829 - 06/13/20 12:53 AM (23 days, 13 hours ago)

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lowland copperhead snake(including one that's battling a water skink)






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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: bio_alchemist]
    #26740836 - 06/13/20 12:57 AM (23 days, 13 hours ago)

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I didnt care much about non mushroom taxonomy until about a month ago since I started posting on inaturalist.
I have found some pretty neat stuff the last few weeks!





Friggin GREAT shots... from a fellow Californian!


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Grosbeak]
    #26740860 - 06/13/20 01:23 AM (23 days, 13 hours ago)

The snake got a bit sick of me being around and decided it would be better off dealing with
the skink somewhere else, so I didn't see the outcome. It definitely was a privilege to witness.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: SameMould]
    #26749278 - 06/16/20 04:58 PM (19 days, 21 hours ago)

Found a big batch of hen of the woods today, and this teeny tiny little fellow! He was smaller than my pinkie nail!

The hens were covered in dirt, and debris, so I didn't bother taking  a pic.



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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: bio_alchemist]
    #26749391 - 06/16/20 05:52 PM (19 days, 20 hours ago)

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bio_alchemist said:
I didnt care much about non mushroom taxonomy until about a month ago since I started posting on inaturalist.
I have found some pretty neat stuff the last few weeks!

Thamnophis elegans terrestris



Ensatina eschscholtzii a terrestrial salamander.



Anaxyrus boreas



Sceliphron caementarium



And what might be some sort of beetle larvae I managed to photograph despite having my eyeballs pelted with 1 billion MPH Sand.



I post all the shit I find here if anyone wants to see more / help me ID stuff.
:hug:

https://www.inaturalist.org/people/bio_alchemist



what you are calling a beetle is actually an ant lion if I remember correctly,  people call'em doodle bugs around here.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Doc9151]
    #26749716 - 06/16/20 08:00 PM (19 days, 18 hours ago)

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Quote:

bio_alchemist said:
I didnt care much about non mushroom taxonomy until about a month ago since I started posting on inaturalist.
I have found some pretty neat stuff the last few weeks!

Thamnophis elegans terrestris



Ensatina eschscholtzii a terrestrial salamander.



Anaxyrus boreas



Sceliphron caementarium



And what might be some sort of beetle larvae I managed to photograph despite having my eyeballs pelted with 1 billion MPH Sand.



I post all the shit I find here if anyone wants to see more / help me ID stuff.
:hug:

https://www.inaturalist.org/people/bio_alchemist



what you are calling a beetle is actually an ant lion if I remember correctly,  people call'em doodle bugs around here.




I agree Doc. Used to find them EVERYWHERE in the south florida sugar sand when we would go camping.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: MentalPariah] * 2
    #26758993 - 06/20/20 04:11 AM (16 days, 10 hours ago)

Cute.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Nickoloxious] * 1
    #26759198 - 06/20/20 07:52 AM (16 days, 6 hours ago)

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Cute.





SHEEEEPPPPPP!!!!! Baby animals are the best, the field i hunt cubensis in calves about the time the mushrooms get going good. I always try and pet them but 800lb momma always says no Haha


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: MentalPariah] * 1
    #26759211 - 06/20/20 08:01 AM (16 days, 6 hours ago)

The mum and baby lamb were pretty shy. But dad was more than happy to be pet through the fence and devour whatever handfuls of juicy grass I plucked from my side..


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Nickoloxious] * 2
    #26770554 - 06/22/20 05:32 AM (14 days, 8 hours ago)

winged bull-ant



echidna



rufous fan-tail



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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: SameMould]
    #26773690 - 06/22/20 09:25 AM (14 days, 5 hours ago)

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winged bull-ant



echidna



rufous fan-tail






Awesome! please do post more :awesomenod:


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Allium]
    #26776661 - 06/23/20 02:46 PM (12 days, 23 hours ago)

Found this little box turtle eating Russula crustosa.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Doc9151] * 1
    #26776916 - 06/23/20 04:10 PM (12 days, 22 hours ago)

Went To See My Grandmother This Past Weekend, She Owns Some Property Right Next To The SNF. Found Some Spiders & Some Other Bugs.

A Common Black House Spider


A Black House Spider Eating A Junebug


A Brown Recluse


The Same Recluse I Put In A Jar With A Roach. He Bit The Roach Once & Mr Roach Was Paralyzed.


Harvestmen


A Blue Dirt Dauber


I Have No Idea What This Guy Is (Edit: Mayfly)


& This One Is From Today (Back Down South), Some Kind Of Moth Or Something, Idk. (Edit: Giant Leopard Moth)


I Found The Brown Recluse When I Went To Take A Shower, Up There You Shake Everything Before Using It, So I Shook The Shower Curtain & Sure Enough He Fell Down & Started Trying To Crawl Up The Shower Wall So I Caught Him In A Cup.

Sorry About Some Of The Pics Being Blurry, I Had Trouble Uploading Them.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: MpSeph]
    #26776973 - 06/23/20 04:31 PM (12 days, 21 hours ago)

www.bugguide.net is a good place for identifying insects and other bugs.


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Doc9151]
    #26776993 - 06/23/20 04:40 PM (12 days, 21 hours ago)

Aha, Thanks For The Link Doc, I Found Them, Now I Can Edit In Their Names :thumbup:


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Re: Herping and foraging [Re: Doc9151]
    #26777150 - 06/23/20 05:55 PM (12 days, 20 hours ago)

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Found this little box turtle eating Russula crustosa.





Lmao he look is like he knows he got caught doing something bad


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