Joined: Jul 26, 2020 Last Active: Sep 29, 2023

howdy! my favorite taxa are reptiles of oceania and the southeastern united states + new world vultures, although i love lots of things :)
i am fascinated by carrion decomposition, particularly species that feed on it!
if you're interested, you can check out my project: Carrion Eaters
if i ever comment the same thing on multiple of your posts and you find it annoying that's my bad, i forget usernames sometimes.
as of 2022, i've been more active on here. i focus on advancing "needs id" observations and going through research grade new world vultures to fix some incorrect ids and confirm correct ones to hone my id skills.
my pics are free to use, although i would appreciate you letting me know what you're using them for!
please feel free to tag, mention, or message me if you ever want to correct me, ask something, or just chat. i greatly enjoy communicating with y'all.
my inat tips:

  • make an identification when posting. even something vague can be very helpful because many people only browse "needs id" posts of groups that they feel comfortable with.
  • you can select whether the specimen you've posted is alive or dead, as well as its life stage and sex. you can also indicate that it is an organism, bone, feather, scat, or track, which will bring the post to the attention of users who specialize in bone identification, etc.
  • the ai identification is a wonderful tool, but put in the location before using it and double check that the suggestion actually makes sense. if in doubt just put a broad id such as "beetles" and let someone else take it from there.
  • try taking pictures of multiple angles (e.g. top and bottom of a mushroom).

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