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Old 09-15-2010, 08:13 PM   #21
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September 2010 Photo of the Month Contest - post entries here-p1070572.jpg Northern Leopard Frogs were all over Tillman Swamps, in the grass, the weeds, tree stumps, mud, water~

September 2010 Photo of the Month Contest - post entries here-p1070543.jpg ID? female bullfrog
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Old 09-15-2010, 08:16 PM   #22
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That leopard frog is nifty! The second one just looks like a bullfrog to me, but whaduino?
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Ribbet ribbet ribbet.... female bullfrog!!!
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Old 09-15-2010, 08:18 PM   #24
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That's what I thought too but wasn't sure!
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...I'm bad...feeding your compulsion, but you may want to go back and edit the above to say "...other*s* like me..."

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See. That's what happens when I do things quickly. I ran to check on the bacon. Fires are nooooo fun. Thanks, all fixed.

Sage, You got yourself some pretty nifty looking frogs there.
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Attachment 19944 Northern Leopard Frogs were all over Tillman Swamps, in the grass, the weeds, tree stumps, mud, water~

I love the leopard frog in the water!
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Old 09-19-2010, 08:45 PM   #27
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I love the leopard frog and Havalotta's photo of early morning dew. All the photos in these contests are so good, I don't know how Dave can choose.

I was out early this morning, before the heat of the day (still in the 90s here, we are still around six weeks from first frost here in the south), and who should I see but a lonely shepherd (shepherdess?) out with his flock.

I believe the ant is Formica pallidefulva, per MrAntsinthePants identifying the same kind crossing my bridge. The aphids are the usual yellow ones that infest milkweed. I would think their honeydew would be nasty tasting, but apparently not.
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Niiiiice combo, Turttle!
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I love the leopard frog and Havalotta's photo of early morning dew. All the photos in these contests are so good, I don't know how Dave can choose.

I was out early this morning, before the heat of the day (still in the 90s here, we are still around six weeks from first frost here in the south), and who should I see but a lonely shepherd (shepherdess?) out with his flock.

I believe the ant is Formica pallidefulva, per MrAntsinthePants identifying the same kind crossing my bridge. The aphids are the usual yellow ones that infest milkweed. I would think their honeydew would be nasty tasting, but apparently not.
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I THOUGHT that didn't sound quite right...
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