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This little one seemed so familiar but as he stayed with his wings closed I’m not sure. That’s the thing about identifying butterflies when you aren’t an expert. The sides of their wings don’t always match. I’m guessing this could … Continue reading
This stem of Oncidium orchids reminds me of choreographed dancers that are all in line one in front of the other and that fan out on cue.
Cymbidium /sɪmˈbɪdiəm/, or boat orchid, is a genus of 52 evergreen species in the orchid family Orchidaceae. The new Latin genus name is derived from the Latin cymba meaning boat. Its first known use was in 1815. Wikipedia I … Continue reading
The butterfly guy mentioned something about what butterflies eat but I was too busy snapping away at one who was holding perfectly still on a leaf on the other side of the area. I could’ve sworn he said something about … Continue reading
An owl butterfly is a butterfly, in the genus Caligo, known for their huge eyespots, which resemble owls’ eyes. They are found in the rainforests and secondary forests of Mexico, Central, and South America. Owl butterflies are very large, 65–200 mm … Continue reading
Looks like the squirrels got here and made off with whatever was inside. Anyone know what kind of seed/nut this is? All I know is when you’re walking alone in a quiet part of the woods they make a really … Continue reading
Took this photo last year of whatever this is growing out of the side of an old rock wall. No idea what it is; looks like some foreign space thing which will develop and try to eat our brains…unless the … Continue reading
Maple, sycamore, sweet gum, oak…they all eventually leave their respective trees and flutter down to the earth. This time though they have fallen into a park stream; getting a last chance to twirl and dance. Their final performance before they … Continue reading
The fungus are among us 😉