aweeshaducci66 Buckeye Caterpillar =) A caterpillars outer exoskeleton is often called ‘skin’ but it is actually a cuticle. Skin is a living organ. A cuticle is more like a pillow cover. The cuticle never grows. When the caterpillar grows too large for its cuticle, it will molt. Underneath the old cuticle is a larger baggy cuticle. Buckeye caterpillars molt four times before they hang in a J to pupate. Once it has decided upon the spot it will pupate, the caterpillar begins to make a mat of silk. In the middle of the mat makes a tight silk button. The silk comes from spinnerets underneath its head. It attaches its anal prolegs to the button and, over the course of the next hour or so, drops into the J shape. After a day, it again sheds its cuticle and the chrysalis (pupa) is what remains. A chrysalis is literally a caterpillar that has skinned itself. Chrysalises vary in color from light to dark brown, depending upon where they pupate. If they pupate in bright light, the chrysalis will be extremely light. If they pupate in an extremely dark area, they will be extremely dark. One to two weeks after the caterpillar becomes a chrysalis, depending upon the temperature, the adult butterfly will emerge. Their metabolism slows during cooler temperatures and delays development. In the middle of the summer, the adults emerge in about seven days. In late fall with temperatures dropping to the 40s at night, they take two weeks and sometimes longer to emerge as adults. A day after emerging, the butterflies will begin to drink flower nectar. Buckeye butterflies also drink from fruit. #buckeye #caterpillar #arthropodsanonymous #macro #md_macro #macronesia #mothernature #macro_secrets #nature #naturelover #naturefreaks #naturelovers #naturephotography #natureshotoftheday #crazyaboutbugs #canonpowershotsx50hs #canon #rsa_macro #insectsofinstagram #ptk_macro #planteearth #peaceandlove #peace #savetheplanet #california #canonphotos 2d

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aweeshaducci66 Black Soldier Fly =) Black soldier flies can be seen in bright, sunlit areas, resting on nearby structures or vegetation and frequenting flowers of the daisy and carrot families. They are one of the most beneficial flies in existence and are considered non-pests. The adult black soldier fly does not have mouthparts and does not feed upon waste. They do not bite, and as only the larva feed, are not associated with transmitting any diseases. Also, this species makes the breeding areas of houseflies less desirable. This species mates in flight and females deposit egg masses (about 500 eggs) near edges of decaying organic matter. Eggs incubate anywhere from four days to three weeks before hatching. The oval egg can be up to 0.039 inches in length. Initially the egg is a cream color but darkens over time. Once hatched, the larva is an off-white and about 0.07 inch long. But the larva is what's really interesting, they have large and powerful chewing mouthparts allowing them to shred and devour waste. These gluttonous little creatures are able to digest organic compound before the compounds have time to decompose, thereby immediately eliminating odor. The black soldier fly larva's digestive system leaves behind a fraction of the original weight and volume of waste.
Statistically, food waste in the United States, could be significantly reduced and waste reduction of farm animals (chickens and pigs) might even reach 75%. Simply put, manure is rapidly decomposed by the black soldier fly larvae, greatly reducing the amount and odor, along with any potential disease problems. #arthropodsanonymous #macro #md_macro #macronesia #mothernature #macro_secrets #nature #naturelover #naturefreaks #naturelovers #naturephotography #natureshotoftheday #crazyaboutbugs #canonpowershotsx50hs #canon #rsa_macro #insectsofinstagram #ptk_macro #planteearth #peaceandlove #peace #blacksoldierfly #fly #positivity #sunny #savetheplanet #california #canonphotos #awesomebug #exploring
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  •   fra3nk_v I love you too my love cant see my future with anybody else but you i know i can be a nucklehead but what we go thru can only make us stronger :) love u with all my heart and more and beyond even after the stars give out and after the sun is gone. Our love is strong. @aweeshaducci66 1w
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aweeshaducci66 Bobcat =) Like the Lynx, this cat prefers rabbits and hares, but in the warmer regions there is a greater variety of animals to hunt, so Bobcats seldom have serious trouble finding live prey. When they do, they switch to carrion. This adaptability allows them to survive near humans; occasionally, they even enter suburban areas.
Identification: 28-49", a large footed cat with short ear tufts and short "sideburns." Buff or sandy, vaguely spotted with blackish, stubby tail black above with white tip.
Habitat and Range: Forest, swamps, deserts, and farmland in S. Canada and throughout the United States except in the Midwest.
Signs: Tracks are round and large; fore print nearly 2" wide, hind print slightly smaller; print like domestic dog's but without claw marks; pad shows scalloping in front and behind (dog's is scalloped only behind). Trail a narrow line; walking animal often place hind foot on fore print; prints about 1" apart. Droppings are like dog's but usually surrounded by scratch marks. Leaves scratches on low, tree-trunk "scratching post." Covers it's prey with a loose layer of leaves or branches.-- National Audubon Society Pocket Guide, Familiar Animal Tracks of North America #bobcat #animallovers #exploring #exploringnature #bigcat #beautiful #california #canonphotos #cazyaboutnature #catsofinstagram #naturehippys #naturelovers #rsa_nature #positivity #peace #planteearth #ptk_nature_lostinnature #hunter #hikers #hiking #beautifulcat #fountainfalls #awesome #instanaturefriends_ #animals #wildcat #savetheplanet #sequoianationalforest
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  •   joukovdk Great sighting! Thanks for shooting with a camera and not a gun. I come across too many hunters holding dead bobcats on IG. 3w
  •   aweeshaducci66 Thank you! @joukovdk And I'm right there with you I never have and never will go hunting! It's disgusting that people actually call that a sport 3w

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aweeshaducci66 The View from Tobia Peak Lookout =) Tobias Peak, located in Sequoia National Forest & Giant Sequoia National Monument, is the site of a fire lookout tower that is manned in the summertime (June through October, weather permitting). With the elevation of 8284 ft./ 2525 m. the panoramic view from Tobias Peak includes Mt. Whitney and the Golden Trout Wilderness, the Great Western Divide made up beautiful Moses Mountain, Maggie Mountain, Slate Mountain, Dome Rock, and The Needles. The trail to the lookout from the end of the road is very short. Almost anyone can do it! There is perhaps 50' to climb on a dirt and rock pathway to get from the end of the road to the top of the peak.
Alternately, one can do a longer hike to the peak from the Deer Creek Grove near CA Hot Springs on Trail 31E56 or from the Sugarloaf area on 31E57. Both of these trails tie into road 24S50.
Tobias Peak was named in 1884 by John and Tobe Minter who named it for their father Tobias Minter who homesteaded near the peak. #hikers #hiking #exploring #exploringnature #tobiapeak #tobialookout #savetheplanet #sunny #green #beautiful #nature #naturehippys #naturelover #scenic #lookout #sky #mountains #rsa_nature #california #canonphotos #cazyaboutnature #mothernature #rocks #trees #sequoianationalforest #forest #peace #positivity #planteearth #ptk_nature_lostinnature
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aweeshaducci66 Female Familiar Bluet Damselfly =) Range: Southern Canada, most of the United States, and south into Mexico. The genus Enallagma includes some of North America's largest and bluest damselflies, hence the common collective name "bluets." There are 35 species found in the U.S. and Canada, many of which are a challenge to identify to species. Familiar bluets live in wide variety of habitats; they can be found near small, slow-moving streams, ponds, small lakes, and ditches and sometimes also in brackish wetlands. Adults are active from late spring through fall in most of range, year-round in Florida. They forage for small insects in fields, sometimes gleaning pray perched on vegetation; they are also cannibalistic. Females walk down stems to lay their eggs underwater, while the males remain perched above, on guard. #bluet #damselfly #arthropodsanonymous #macro #md_macro #macronesia #mothernature #macro_secrets #nature #naturelover #naturehippys #naturelovers #natureshotoftheday #crazyaboutbugs #canonpowershotsx50hs #canon #rsa_macro #insectsofinstagram #ptk_macro #planteearth #peaceandlove #peace #green #frontyard #sunny #savetheplanet #california #canonphotos #awesomebug #exploring 1mon

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aweeshaducci66 Husky Beagle Mix =) and this little guy is also free to go to a loving home where he can run around and get attention too =) he's mellow and would make a loyal buddy for you and your family =) if you're interested let me know =) #huskybeaglemix #loyal #mellow #puppy #freepuppy #freepuppies #puppies #lovinghome #loving #sweet #adorable #cute #doggie #sweetpuppies #free #mansbestfriend #womansbestfriend 1mon

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aweeshaducci66 Husky Beagle Mix =) this little girl on the right is free to go to a loving home where she can run around and get lots of attention =) just let me know if you're interested =) #huskybeaglemix #free #lovinghome #playful #sweetheart #loving #goodforkids #mansbestfriend #womansbestfriend #freetolovinghome #puppy #freepuppy #freepuppies #puppies #dog #doggie #doggies 1mon
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  •   daycee_diana Hey! I sent you a DM with my number. Can you please text me back?? Thanks! 1mon
  •   aweeshaducci66 Hey @daycee_diana when I talked to you I didn't know my boyfriend already gave her away =\ I'm sorry but if any of the other people that we have that's taking the other puppies fall through I'll fer sure let you know. I'm sorry again =\ 1mon
  •   daycee_diana Aww really?? :/ its fine! Just let me know please!! 1mon
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  •   aweeshaducci66 Sorry they got taken fast their all gone now 4w

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aweeshaducci66 Stinging Nettle =) Leaves and steams of the nettles has small fragile hair, which actually are the capsules, full of several liquid chemicals, including formic acid. While touching the leaf, a hair, sharp like a needle, gets into your skin, then breaks down, and liquid gets injected into your skin. The sting of a Nettle may be cured by rubbing the part with Rosemary, Mint or Sage leaves. But nettles are also beneficial in many ways, cooking destroys the venom, and produces a pretty tasty vegetable or nutritious soup. Nettles contain more iron than spinach and are a rich source of vitamin C. Nettle tea is a favorite herbal medicine used to treat conditions such as gout and rheumatism and nettle also can be used to make: Nettle beer, nettle wine and nettle champagne. Also nettle stems contain a fibre, which may be (and was) used for making ropes, sails and fine linen cloth, suitable even for shirts and beddings. The first known nettle textile find in Europe is from the Bronze Age and there is evidence of nettle cloth production in Scandinavia, Poland, Germany, Russia. That’s why sometimes nettle is called "poor relative of Flax". Then Nettle acts as a hair tonic and growth stimulant, restoring colour, and beauty to hair. It improves the health of skin, scalp, and hair; strengthens weakened hair follicles; and removes dandruff. It is composed into some shampoos, but also simple nettle tea can be used as a skin toner and hair rinse. #stingingnettle #nettle #plant #kernriver #kernrivercanyon #keepkernclean #nature #naturelover #naturehippys #natureteamforever #canonpowershotsx50hs #california #river #killerkern #exploring #edibleplants #exploringnature #beautiful #gogreen #water #rsa_nature #hiking #planteearth #positivity #savetheplanet #selfreliance #survivingthewild #canonphotos #hikers #peaceful 2mon

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aweeshaducci66 Pacific Tree Frog =) This commonly heard frog of the Pacific coast, active both day and night, is found from sea level to over 10,000' (3,000 m). When Hollywood moviemakers need an authentic outdoor nighttime sound, they often record it's call. As a consequence, the Pacific Treefrog has been heard around the world.
Description: 3/4-2". Skin rough; varies greatly from green to light tan to black, often with darker spots. Black stripe through eye and usually a dark triangle between their eyes. Large toe pads. Male has grey throats.
Voice: A high-pitched, 2-part musical note.
Breeding: January to August.
Habitat: On the ground among shrubs and grass, close to water.
Range: From s. British Columbia to Baja California east to Montana, Idaho m, and Nevada. Also, Channel Islands off s. California #frog #pacifictreefrog #treefrog #nature #naturelover #naturehippys #natureteamforever #natureshotoftheday #canonpowershotsx50hs #savetheplanet #gogreen #kernrivercanyon #keepkernclean #kernriver #hiking #exploringnature #explore #rivershots #beautiful #bestnatureshots #happy #peace #positivity #planteearth #peaceandlove #hollywoodfrog #hikers #hdm_animals #herptiles_ #amphibian
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aweeshaducci66 Bladder Snail =) These fresh water snails are present in aquariums and ponds, as well as in wild areas. They are commonly referred to as tadpole snails or pouch snails. They eat algae, diatoms and detritus including dead leaves. The populations are regulated by the abundance of food and space. They are widespread, abundant, and tolerant of pollution.
These snails are common in the North Temperate to Arctic Zones and throughout the Americas, in readily accessible habitats such as ditches, ponds, lakes, small streams, and rivers. The family has been recognized since the 19th century, and yet there has been no classification in which relationships between genera are clarified, no agreement on what characters are primitive or advanced, and no consistent ranking. Scarcity of careful morphological studies is the principal cause. The differences in the group have led to the creation of more than 23 genera, four grades and four clades within the family. The two established subfamilies are divided into seven new tribes including 11 new genera.[4] Within this family, the shell is always sinistral, in other words it has left-handed coiling. #snail #underwater #nature #naturelover #naturehippys #natureteamforever #natureshotoftheday #lovingnature #arthropodsanonymous #aquatic #beautiful #keepkernclean #kernriver #savetheplanet #hiking #hikers #canonpowershotsx50hs #canonphotos #california #positivity #planteearth #rivershots
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aweeshaducci66 North American Beaver =) Beavers are famously busy, and they turn their talents to reengineering the landscape as few other animals can. When sites are available, beavers burrow in the banks of rivers and lakes. But they also transform less suitable habitats by building dams. Felling and gnawing trees with their strong teeth and powerful jaws, they create massive log, branch, and mud structures to block streams and turn fields and forests into the large ponds that beavers love. Domelike beaver homes, called lodges, are also constructed of branches and mud. They are often strategically located in the middle of ponds and can only be reached by underwater entrances. These dwellings are home to extended families of monogamous parents, young kits, and the yearlings born the previous spring. Beavers are among the largest of rodents. They are herbivores and prefer to eat leaves, bark, twigs, roots, and aquatic plants.These large rodents move with an ungainly waddle on land but are graceful in the water, where they use their large, webbed rear feet like swimming fins, and their paddle-shaped tails like rudders. These attributes allow beavers to swim at speeds of up to five miles (eight kilometers) an hour. They can remain underwater for 15 minutes without surfacing, and have a set of transparent eyelids that function much like goggles. Their fur is naturally oily and waterproof.
There are two species of beavers, which are found in the forests of North America, Europe, and Asia. These animals are active all winter, swimming and foraging in their ponds even when a layer of ice covers the surface. #beaver #nature #naturelover #naturehippys #naturelovers #natureteamforever @natureteem #bestnatureshots #beautiful #canon #california #canonpowershotsx50hs #canonphotos #exploring #lovingnature #northamericanbeaver #hikers #hiking #hike #savetheplanet #sunset #kernrivercanyon #keepkernclean #kernriver #happy #green #river #water #mothernature
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  •   aliciapurcell @ricklanman Rick congrats on the new job️! Dad gave me the word. More time for beavers? Or less time or less and less time? 2mon

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aweeshaducci66 American Bullfrog =) The baritone call of the bullfrog is so deep and resonant, it resembles the mooing of a cow, hence its name. Only males emit this trademark "jug-o-rum" bellow, and their choruses can be heard during the day or night.
The largest of all North American frogs, this giant can grow to a length of 8 inches (20 centimeters) or more and weigh up to 1.5 pounds (750 grams). Even the tadpoles of this species can reach 6.75 inches (17.2 centimeters) in length. They are among the most wide-ranging of all North American amphibians, found in freshwater ponds, lakes, and marshes from Nova Scotia, Canada, throughout the continental United States, and as far south as Mexico and Cuba. They have even found their way to Europe, South America, and Asia. Bullfrogs are typically green or gray-brown with brown spots and have easily identifiable circular eardrums, or tympanum, on either side of their heads. Nocturnal predators, they will ambush and eat just about anything they can fit in their ample mouths, including insects, mice, fish, birds, and snakes. They sit quietly and wait for prey to pass by, then lunge with their powerful hind legs, mouths open wide. Males are highly territorial and will aggressively guard their land. Females are slightly larger than males. #bullfrog #nature #naturelover #naturehippys #naturelovers #natureteamforever @natureteem #natureshotoftheday #mothernature #frog #lovingnature #amphibian #beautiful #bestnatureshots #hiking #hdm_animals #water #animals #peace #savetheplanet #green #planteearth #peaceandlove #canonpowershotsx50hs #canyon #canonphotos #california #kernriver #keepkernclean #kernrivercanyon
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aweeshaducci66 Kern River =) Snow melt from Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the lower 48 states, feeds the Kern River as it flows south then west out of the southern Sierra Nevada into the vast farmlands and oil fields of the San Joaquin Valley. The Kern River is one of the steepest and wildest whitewater rivers in North America. In recognition of their outstanding scenic, recreational, and ecological values, the North and South Forks of the Kern River were added by Congress to the National Wild & Scenic Rivers System in 1987. But the lower Kern River, below Isabella dam and reservoir, remains unprotected. Motorists driving east from Bakersfield on Hwy 178 are pleasantly surprised as they leave the hot and dry valley, to enter the rugged and water-filled Kern River canyon. Here, the 32 mile-long river has carved its way through solid rock, forming numerous cascades and dividing its flow around huge boulders. As you progress upstream, the river-side vegetation becomes dominated by large sycamore and cottonwood trees, and the yucca and cactus studded canyon slopes give way to seasonal grassland, live and blue oaks, and foothill pine. The lower Kern River supports one of the richest riparian forests in the Sierra foothills, providing important habitat for neotropical songbirds, as well as California spotted owl, bald eagle, and osprey. The threatened Kern Canyon salamander also utilizes this river-side habitat. Visitors seeking a recreational experience along the lower Kern should exercise caution, particularly during higher flows in the spring and early summer. Many unwary and inexperienced swimmers have drowned in the river, giving it a grim nickname - the "Killer Kern." #river #kernriver #hikers #hiking #seasonsandlandscapes #sunny #savetheplanet #survivingthewild #peace #plant #planteearth #peaceandlove #rsa_nature #waterfalls #water #nature #naturelover #naturehippys #naturelovers #natureteamforever @nature.team #natureshotoftheday #kernrivercanyon #landscape_lovers #lovingnature #beautiful #bestnatureshots #rivershots #rockhopping #canyon #canonpowershotsx50hs 3mon
  •   traveltofish Beautiful river. Any fish?? 3mon
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  •   aweeshaducci66 It is =) and there's trout and rainbow trout supposedly, the lower part of the river is really low where this was taken and I don't see much fish here but the upper kern is a lot fuller and I think the fishing is good there @traveltofish 3mon
  •   traveltofish Thanks for the info 3mon

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aweeshaducci66 Cattails =) Description: Cattails are grasslike plants with strap-shaped leaves 1 to 5 centimeters wide and growing up to 1.8 meters tall. The male flowers are borne in a dense mass above the female flowers. These last only a short time, leaving the female flowers that develop I tithe brown Cattail. Pollen from the male flowers is often abundant and bright yellow.
Habitat and Distribution: Cattails are found throughout most of the world. Look for them in full sun areas at the margins of lakes, streams, canals, rivers, and brackish water.
Edible Parts: The young tender shoots are edible raw or cooked. The rhizome is often very tough but is a rich source of starch. Pound the rhizome to remove the starch and use as a flour. The pollen is also an exceptional source of starch. When the cattail is immature and still green, you can boil the female portion and eat it like corn on the cob.
Other Uses: The dried leaves are an excellent source of weaving material you can use to make floats and rafts. The cottony seeds make good pillow stuffing and insulation. The fluff makes excellent tinder. Dried Cattails are effective insect when burned. --The Self-Reliance Manifesto- How to Survive Anything Anywhere
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aweeshaducci66 Ram-horn Snail Shell =) Wild Habitat
•Ramshorn snails: These snails are found in many freshwater aquatic habitats throughout the world, including ponds, swamps, and rivers. Their major predators are fish and larger aquatic snails.
Special Notes
• Aquatic snails tend to gravitate to dark areas, and they often clump together. They also are good indicators of water quality, and if they suddenly seem to be crawling out of the water it may indicate poor water quality (like high ammonia or nitrates, or low oxygen levels). Some fish (especially loaches, gouramis, and bettas) will eat snail eggs and small snails.
Life Cycle
• Aquatic snails cannot regulate their body temperature. They will be more active if kept in warmer water temperatures but will have a shorter life span. Because most of these snails are wild-collected, it is difficult to estimate what their lifespan will be in captivity. • Ramshorn snails: They can live for 1–2 years. Ramshorn snails are usually around 1⁄4"–3⁄4" in size. Their shells have the appearance of a coiled rope (or a ram’s horn!). Their color varies from brown, reddish brown, to black. • Method of reproduction:
• Ramshorn snails: They mature rapidly (at 4–6 weeks for Ramshorns) and multiply readily (laying up to 100 eggs at a time for Pond snails, and around a dozen at a time for Ramshorns). They are hermaphro- ditic. They both reproduce asexually, and Pond snails can also reproduce sexually (the preferred method). They lay jellylike masses of eggs under water on plants. The eggs hatch in about 10–20 days depending on temperature.
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aweeshaducci66 Highbush Blueberry =) Highbush Blueberry is a shrub with many stems. It grows to 10 feet tall and has clusters of small, bell-shaped, white flowers.
This shrub has simple, green leaves which are one to two inches long. Leaves turn bright red in the fall.
Higbush Blueberry is best known for its fruit, which is eaten by many animals, including humans.
Highbush Blueberry is found on the edges of marshes, lakes, ponds, and streams. It is also seen in open areas of woods. It does not like shade. The bark of Highbush Blueberry is grayish-brown and shreddy.
Each blue-black berry of this plant contains hundreds of tiny seeds. In order to spread and grow new plants, Highbush Blueberry depends on birds and animals to eat fruit and drop seeds out in new places through their stool. Highbush Blueberry is one of the most important fruits for wild animals. Some animals that eat Highbush Blueberry fruit including: Eastern Bluebird, Northern Cardinal, Gray Catbird, Wild Turkey, Northern Mockingbird, Brown Thrasher, Mourning Dove, American Robin, Red Fox, Eastern Cottontail, White-footed Mouse, Striped Skunk, Eastern Chipmunk, White-tailed Deer and Eastern Cottontails eat the leaves and twigs of this shroub. To pollinate flowers, Highbush Blueberry depends on bees and other insects.
Other plants that are often found growing with Higbush Blueberry include: oaks, hickories, pines, Yellow Poplar, Red Maple, Cinnamon Fern, and Black Huckleberry.
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