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species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-samstutes15-2014-09-29 Sam_Stutes15 Standish 2014-09-29 15:47:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/sam_stutes15/img_4002.jpeg sites/default/files/moss_boss/face_in_photo_091112_5.jpg Woods behind Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/sam_stutes15/img_7062.jpeg I don't think I found it because when I looked at the needles they did not have any white foam at the base of them. There wasn't too much to see. There was no Wolly Adelgid.
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-astpierre5-2014-09-29 astpierre5 Standish 2014-09-29 15:44:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/astpierre5/screen_shot_2014-09-29_at_12.00.34_pm.png sites/default/files/moss_boss/face_in_photo_091112_7.jpg Vital signs sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/astpierre5/screen_shot_2014-09-29_at_12.25.23_pm.png racing stripes along the underside of the needle found hemlock did not find wolly adelgid
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-melissablais-2014-09-27 melissablais Standish 2014-09-27 16:00:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/melissablais/img_2983_0.jpg sites/default/files/melissablais/img_2984_3.jpg Woods Behind Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/melissablais/img_2984_4.jpg Small width and tall for a small tree, skinny sites/default/files/melissablais/img_2987_1.jpg Short and free, lots of branches sites/default/files/melissablais/img_2986_1.jpg Branches are skinny and long I am happy because I found a tree. I see lots of green leaves, I hear branches breaking, I smell trees/woods. I was not surprised what I found or didn't find. Problems that I ran into were that I couldn't find a tree right away.
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-hammondj-2014-09-27 hammondj Orono 2014-09-27 03:35:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2096_2.jpg sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2096_3.jpg UMO - hemlock sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2100.jpg examined all lower branches in a group of Hemlock trees. We found a white crusty substance on some of the branches, but on top. We think it's bird poop. There were no white waxy tufts nor red eggs. sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2096_4.jpg Hemlock trees, but no aphids. Hemlock trees were a healthy green color and did not have grayish green appearance associated with HWA. Sunny, dry conditions, high 60's, forest on UMO campus
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-mickieflores-2014-09-27 mickieflores Orono 2014-09-27 03:02:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_9.jpg sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_10.jpg UMO sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_6.jpg I did find an Eastern hemlock because the bark was cracked and dark brown.. sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_4.jpg I did find an Eastern hemlock because the twigs were flexible, there were white stripes on the back of the needles, and the needles were attached to the twig by little stems. sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_5.jpg I know I found an eastern hemlock because the cones were 1.5 cm in length. We are investigating whether or not Hemlock Woody Adelgid was in a patch of woods on the University of Maine Orono campus. We were in a hemlock forest on the UMO campus near the Global Change Institute. The weather was sunny and 70 degrees.
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-mickieflores-2014-09-27 mickieflores Orono 2014-09-27 03:02:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_9.jpg sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_7.jpg UMO sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/mickieflores/image_8.jpg I think I did not find hemlock wooly adelgid because I did not see white waxy tufts. We are investigating whether or not Hemlock Woody Adelgid was in a patch of woods on the University of Maine Orono campus. We were in a hemlock forest on the UMO campus near the Global Change Institute. The weather was sunny and 70 degrees.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-alibby01-2014-09-26 alibby01 Orono 2014-09-26 17:05:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_114534.jpg sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_114534_1.jpg UMaine Campus - Hemlock sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/alibby01/tree.jpg The bark is brown and scaly, cracked sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_113731_0.jpg The needles are flat and are less then 2 cm long. There are visible racing strips on the back. sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_113053.jpg The cone was small, brown and under 2 cm. The site was about 50 ft into the forest canopy. There was little ground cover and a dense forest canopy. The Hemlock tree was found in close proximity to larger tree.
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-alibby01-2014-09-26 alibby01 Orono 2014-09-26 17:05:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_114534.jpg sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_114534_0.jpg UMaine Campus - Hemlock sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_113731.jpg No visible waxy tufts that indicate nymphs or eggs cases. No sign of adult insects at base of needles. sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_114508.jpg There was no evidence of branch die off. sites/default/files/alibby01/img_20140926_113029.jpg The was no evidence of damage on the bark or any form of insect infestation. The site was about 50 ft into the forest canopy. There was little ground cover and a dense forest canopy. The Hemlock tree was found in close proximity to larger tree.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-hammondj-2014-09-26 hammondj Orono 2014-09-26 17:02:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2096.jpg sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2096_0.jpg UMO - hemlock sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2098.jpg Examined all lower branches in a group of hemlock trees. We found a white crusty substance on some of the branches, but on top. We think it's bird poop. sites/default/files/hammondj/img_2096_1.jpg The needles are 1 cm in length. Twigs are flexible. Little pegs at the end. The needles all have two white racing stripes underneath Sunny day, high 60's, forest on campus, midday, conditions: dry Mix of conifers and hard woods. Leaf litter. Lots of pine needles
species-adelges-tsugae-was-found-vanrose24-2014-09-26 Vanrose24 Standish, Maine 2014-09-26 16:00:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I found it Invasive sites/default/files/vanrose24/2110026.png sites/default/files/vanrose24/received_m_mid_1411943522596_e606d639a27692a932_0.jpeg Bonny Eagle Forest sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/vanrose24/received_m_mid_1411943522596_e606d639a27692a932_0_0.jpeg I saw that this was correct because it had 2 white stripes on the back and it also had hemlock bark, and needles were correct size. Was happy about the trip because I saw the plants I was looking for. But I did see many look a likes. I can hear rustling in the trees, see and smell bark and pine.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-michele-rovaris-2014-09-26 Michele Rovaris Standish 2014-09-26 16:00:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/michele_rovaris/img_0100.jpg sites/default/files/michele_rovaris/img_0099.jpg Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/michele_rovaris/img_0099_0.jpg There are two white stripes on the back of the needle I see trees, pine, cracking branches. I'm surprised because I found it fast
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-rosalie-thomas-2014-09-26 Rosalie Thomas Standish 2014-09-26 15:48:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/rosalie_thomas/img_4002.jpeg sites/default/files/rosalie_thomas/img_4002_0.jpeg Woods behind Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/rosalie_thomas/img_7062.jpeg All of the Hemlocks we found had no sign on anything fuzzy or waxy on the needles.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-r-hoeflick-2014-09-26 R-Hoeflick Standish 2014-09-26 15:48:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/r-hoeflick/img_4002.jpeg sites/default/files/r-hoeflick/img_7062.jpeg Woods behind Bonny Eagle sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/r-hoeflick/img_7062_0.jpeg White lines on bottom of the pines.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-destinylynn-2014-09-26 destinylynn Standish 2014-09-26 15:44:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/destinylynn/img_2984.jpg sites/default/files/destinylynn/img_2983.jpg Woods behind Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/destinylynn/img_2985.jpg I found a Hemlock Wooly Adelgid in the woods behind my school. It had two white lines on the underside of the leaves showing we found the right tree. It was small, somewhat tall and skinny. The tree had lots of branches that were skinny and long. sites/default/files/destinylynn/img_2987_0.jpg This tree was wider than the first one we found and it was also shorter. The branches were longer and green. The branches I saw were very thin but included quite a few of the Hemlock Wooly Adelgid leaves. sites/default/files/destinylynn/img_2986.jpg This picture is showing the thin branches the leaves were on. Although the branches were thin the leaves were still able to stick on them. On the underside of the small leaves there was two white racing stripes near the center. I am happy because we found a tree we were looking for so quickly. I see many trees and leaves around. I can hear branches breaking and leaves cracking when stepped on. I can smell the trees and the woods. I am surprised by how fast I found a tree.
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-awintle98-2014-09-26 awintle98 Standish 2014-09-26 15:44:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/awintle98/img_4002.jpeg sites/default/files/moss_boss/face_in_photo_091112_4.jpg Woods behind Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/awintle98/img_7062.jpeg Non to be found at the bottom of the base
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-jasminepierce6-2014-09-26 jasminepierce6 Standish, Maine 2014-09-26 15:44:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/jasminepierce6/img_2983.jpg sites/default/files/jasminepierce6/img_2984.jpg Woods behind Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/jasminepierce6/img_2985.jpg It was tall, and skinny. The branches were very thin, and the leaves had tiny racing strips on them. sites/default/files/jasminepierce6/img_2986.jpg It's the same as before, thin branches, tall/skinny tree, and tiny racing strips on the leaves. I could see lots of green, trees and things you find in the woods. I could hear twigs/branches snapping.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-acates05-2014-09-26 acates05 buxton 2014-09-26 15:43:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/acates05/img_2055.jpg sites/default/files/acates05/img_2056.jpg Bonny Eagle High School sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/acates05/img_2052.jpg There are white lines on the back of the leaves. sites/default/files/acates05/img_2059.jpg The leaves don't suction cup to the stem of the branch. sites/default/files/acates05/img_2057.jpg The bark is broken and flaky. I was happy when i found the hemlock, and it didm't have an infection. I saw trees and plants, I smelled fresh air, and I heard people breaking branches. I was surprised to find a lot of the hemlock trees had bear branches.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-dunham-strong-2014-09-26 Dunham Strong orono, Maine 2014-09-26 15:30:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image.jpg sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image_7.jpg UMO hemlock sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image_2.jpg Needles are 1.5-2cm long sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image_3.jpg Bark is brownish, scaly and cracked sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image_4.jpg Underside of needle are 2 white racing stripes and needles are alternately arranged hypothesis: We predict there will be no wooly Adelgid present on UMO campus. first we lookied for Eastern hemlock host. identified species on UMO campus. investigating wether or not Wooly Adelgid are present. we examined 10branches in a 10 m quardrant.
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-dunham-strong-2014-09-26 Dunham Strong orono, Maine 2014-09-26 15:30:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image.jpg sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image_5.jpg UMO hemlock sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/dunham_strong/image_8.jpg Looked at 10 branches, in a 10 m area. No white waxy tiffs or evidence of nymphs on underside of branches. hypothesis: We predict there will be no wooly Adelgid present on UMO campus. first we lookied for Eastern hemlock host. identified species on UMO campus. investigating wether or not Wooly Adelgid are present. we examined 10branches in a 10 m quardrant.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-downeaster-2014-09-26 Downeaster Orono 2014-09-26 15:17:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1486.jpg sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1487.jpg UM Orono Campus sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1480.jpg The needles have two racing stripes on the bottom, whereas yew does not. sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1484.jpg The needles have small stems at their base, whereas balsam fir needles attach like suction cups. sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1482.jpg Bark is brownish, scaly, and vertically cracked.
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-downeaster-2014-09-26 Downeaster Orono 2014-09-26 15:17:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1486.jpg sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1486_0.jpg UM Orono Campus sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1480_0.jpg There were no waxy puffs. sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1483.jpg There were no aphids or aphid looking organisms present. sites/default/files/downeaster/img_1488.jpg There were dead branches but there was no white fuzz on the underside of the stems.
species-tsuga-canadensis-was-found-ms-gott-2014-09-26 Ms. Gott Orono 2014-09-26 15:03:00 Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis I think I found it Native sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2623.jpg sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2623_1.jpg University of Maine Hemlock Forest sites/default/files/species_photos/703.jpg sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2626_0.jpg We found that the tree had flat alternately arranged needles that were between 1 1/2-2 cm long. They also had racing stripes on the bottom side of the needle. sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2625.jpg Our tree had bark that was brownish, scaly and cracked. Our twigs were flexible. This matched the bark that was on the identification sheet from Vital Signs. sites/default/files/ms._gott/photo.jpg Our tree needles had a small stem or petiole at the base of each needle, and there was a woody "peg" where the stem attached to the twig. This matched what we found on our Vital Signs id sheet. According to our data we feel that the Eastern Hemlock is the tree we identified. The reason we believe this is because we found our tree to have flat, alternately arranged needles that were 1 1/2-2 cm long, that had 2 white racing stripes on the bottom of each needle. The needle had a small stem at the base and a woody peg where it attached to the twig. The twigs were bendable and the bark was brownish, scaly and cracked. All of this matched our identification sheet from vital signs. Even though a lot of our data met the criteria for other similar species, such as other spruces, we identified from our sheet that Fir twigs are stiff and hemlock are flexible, and fir needles attach like suction cups. Our twigs were flexible and the needles were not attached like suction cups. Therefore, we are confident that our tree is an Eastern Hemlock. We were in a hemlock forest located on the University of Maine Campus, near the Global Climate Change Institute. The weather was sunny and 70 degrees. We thought we would find the Eastern Hemlock tree but that we would not find the Wooly Hemlock Adelgid (WHA).
species-adelges-tsugae-was-not-found-ms-gott-2014-09-26 Ms. Gott Orono 2014-09-26 15:03:00 Hemlock wooly adelgid Adelges tsugae I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2623.jpg sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2623_2.jpg University of Maine Hemlock Forest sites/default/files/species_photos/214.jpg sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2629.jpg We found no white fuzz on stems and did not have a grey/green color. sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2626_1.jpg We found no white waxy tufts on the underside of needles. sites/default/files/ms._gott/img_2630.jpg It does not appear that any branches were dying back, except at the bottom of the tree where there was a lack of sunlight to branches. There are no Hemlock Wooly Adelgid in the Hemlock forest at Umaine. We found no white fuzz on the stems and there was no grey/ green color to the trees. We also found no white waxy tufts on the underside of needles. We saw no aphids of any sort while we were doing our investigation, so there were no aphids to compare. Therefore, according to the identification sheet that vital signs has, each of these data points leads us to the conclusion that there are no HWAs in the Hemlock Forest at UMaine. We were in a hemlock forest located on the University of Maine Campus, near the Global Climate Change Institute. The weather was sunny and 70 degrees. We thought we would find the Eastern Hemlock tree but that we would not find the Wooly Hemlock Adelgid (WHA).
species-carcinus-maenas-was-not-found-bmsshark-2014-09-26 BMSShark Georgetown 2014-09-26 12:00:00 Green crab Carcinus maenas I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/bmsshark/image.jpg sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_5.jpg Reid State Park Invasives C sites/default/files/species_photos/107.jpg sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_6.jpg After checking under multiple rocks, we concluded that there were no green crabs in our quadrat. sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_7.jpg Also, under the seaweed there were no crabs. sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_8.jpg There was no noticeable under water movement, indicating there were no green crabs. I am happy because we found a tide pool we believe may contain green or Asian shore crabs. I see rocks, with seaweed and periwinkles stuck to them.it was quite interesting and surprising we found a sea urchin, but we did not find a green crab. It was challenging to not slipping on the seaweed and slippery rocks.
species-hemigrapsus-sanguineus-was-not-found-bmsshark-2014-09-26 BMSShark Georgetown 2014-09-26 12:00:00 Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/bmsshark/image.jpg sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_10.jpg Reid State Park Invasives C sites/default/files/species_photos/106.jpg sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_13.jpg We checked under rocks of all sizes, no crabs found. sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_11.jpg Once again, there was no noticeable underwater movement. sites/default/files/bmsshark/image_12.jpg Also, we looked thoroughly through seaweed, no Asian shore crabs. I am happy because we found a tide pool we believe may contain green or Asian shore crabs. I see rocks, with seaweed and periwinkles stuck to them.it was quite interesting and surprising we found a sea urchin, but we did not find a green crab. It was challenging to not slipping on the seaweed and slippery rocks.
species-fucus-vesiculosus-was-found-bmslobster-2014-09-26 BMSLobster Georgetown 2014-09-26 12:00:00 Bladder wrack Fucus vesiculosus I think I found it Native sites/default/files/bmslobster/image.jpg sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_4.jpg Reid State Park Invasives C sites/default/files/species_photos/601.jpg sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_5.jpg It is fat branches and has a thick central stem. sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_6.jpg It has "air bladders". sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_7.jpg It is olive-green color like bladder wrack. I am happy because the area I am in contains multiple species. These species include mussels, and periwinkles. There is also a lot of seaweed. This is a good place for many organisms to live. I see, hear, and smell lots of things. I see and smell seaweed and I also see barnacles and periwinkles. There is also a fair amount of mussels. I can hear waves crashing since we are at least 15 yards away from the water. I am surprised that I found a green crab. Even though it is an invasive species, it didn't seem like a crabby place.
species-carcinus-maenas-was-found-bmslobster-2014-09-26 BMSLobster Georgetown 2014-09-26 12:00:00 Green crab Carcinus maenas I think I found it Invasive sites/default/files/bmslobster/image.jpg sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_3.jpg Reid State Park Invasives C sites/default/files/species_photos/107.jpg sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_0.jpg Has five spines like green crab. It was also aggressive. sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_1.jpg Is green like a green crab. sites/default/files/bmslobster/image_2.jpg It has a pentagon shaped shell as well as having thin claws. I am happy because the area I am in contains multiple species. These species include mussels, and periwinkles. There is also a lot of seaweed. This is a good place for many organisms to live. I see, hear, and smell lots of things. I see and smell seaweed and I also see barnacles and periwinkles. There is also a fair amount of mussels. I can hear waves crashing since we are at least 15 yards away from the water. I am surprised that I found a green crab. Even though it is an invasive species, it didn't seem like a crabby place.
species-hemigrapsus-sanguineus-was-not-found-bmscod-2014-09-26 BMSCod Georgetown 2014-09-26 12:00:00 Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/bmscod/image.jpg sites/default/files/bmscod/image_7.jpg Reid State Park Invasives C sites/default/files/species_photos/106.jpg sites/default/files/bmscod/image_8.jpg Instead of finding an Asian shore crab, we found a green crab. The green crab may have kicked out the Asian shore crab. We were happy at the tide pools because we found a native northern sea star! We were surprised to find a sea star, we had only expected to see periwinkles or barnacles. ( which we did see.). We ran in to a problem while trying to catch the sea star because no one wanted to get their feet wet. We smelled salt water, we saw rocky tide pools with heaps of organisms.
species-hemigrapsus-sanguineus-was-not-found-bmshaddock-2014-09-26 BMSHaddock Georgetown 2014-09-26 12:00:00 Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus I think I did not find it Invasive sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image.jpg sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_9.jpg Reid State Park Invasives C sites/default/files/species_photos/106.jpg sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_13.jpg We know it's a Green Crab shell, not a Asian Shore Crab because it has five spines on each side of its carapace. sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_12.jpg We know that this is a green crab shell and not an Asian shore crab shell because it has three spines in between its eyes. sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_11.jpg We only found a green crab shell. We saw and smelled many things on our journey into the study of invasive and native species. We noticed that there was a lot of bladder wrack. Also, we are happy that we found a green crab shell. We could see the waves crashing along with the salty smell of sea air. We were disappointed that all we found was a shell because the habitat was full of seaweed, along with many hiding places under rocks.
species-carcinus-maenas-was-found-bmshaddock-2014-09-26 BMSHaddock Georgetown 2014-09-26 12:00:00 Green crab Carcinus maenas I think I found it Invasive sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image.jpg sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_5.jpg Reid State Park Invasives C sites/default/files/species_photos/107.jpg sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_3.jpg The shell has four spines in between the eye holes. sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_4.jpg The shell is in range with 1 inch. sites/default/files/bmshaddock/image_2.jpg The shell has five spines on each side of its shell. We saw and smelled many things on our journey into the study of invasive and native species. We noticed that there was a lot of bladder wrack. Also, we are happy that we found a green crab shell. We could see the waves crashing along with the salty smell of sea air. We were disappointed that all we found was a shell because the habitat was full of seaweed, along with many hiding places under rocks.
species-celastrus-orbiculatus-was-found-downeaster-2014-09-25 Downeaster Baileyville 2014-09-25 14:06:00 Oriental bittersweet Celastrus orbiculatus I think I found it Invasive sites/default/files/downeaster/photo_on_2014-09-25_at_13.24.jpg sites/default/files/downeaster/photo_on_2014-09-25_at_13.23.jpg Main Street Baileyville sites/default/files/species_photos/208.jpg sites/default/files/downeaster/photo_on_2014-09-25_at_13.22.jpg This sample has bright yellow-skinned fruit, woody climbing vine, and leaf edges are finely toothed.
species-didymosphenia-geminata-was-not-found-bmcweeny-2014-09-24 bmcweeny Brooksville 2014-09-24 19:30:00 Rock snot Didymosphenia geminata I think I did not find it invasive sites/default/files/bmcweeny/upland_beyond_deer.jpg sites/default/files/bmcweeny/stream_bed.jpg Green's Cove sites/default/files/species_photos/027.jpg sites/default/files/bmcweeny/no_rock_snot_characteristics.jpg None of the rocks I saw had the green and yellow colors of rock snot. sites/default/files/bmcweeny/green_rocks.jpg I felt the rocks and they were not jelly like. Some were slippery but green. I walked up a stream bed because it has running water many times during the year. There were many rocks in the bed exposed so that rock snot could take hold. I found nothing like the rock snot described on the ID sheet.