The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 10, 2002

Photo Section

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Biodiversity participants (left to right) Susan Emmons, Kay Fairweather and Ken Harte examine one of the plants seen on the early Sunday morning walk at Great Brook Farm. They thought it might be a malformed sweet fern, but there were doubts. (Photo by Mike Quayle)
American Toad
Chocolate tube slime mold at the Cranberry Bog

"So long and thanks for all the attention. I need to go lay some eggs. See you next year on Massachusetts Biodiversity Days," says the snapping turtle. For more information on Carlisle turtles see page 20.

Eastern tent caterpiller on School Street
Fringed polygala at Great Brook Farm
Megacollybia platyphylla (Platterful mushroom)
Anthophylax cyaneus
Northern Water Snake at Great Brook Farm
Tiger Swallowtail
KERMIT'S COUSIN. Rana clamitans, is one of the amphibian species that resides in Carlisle. See more Biodiversity Days photos on pages 12 - 13. (Photo by Kay Fairweather)
anthophylax cyaneus
Crane Fly
Frog Face
Green Frog
Pink Slime Ball
red admiral
snapper face
unidentified insect

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito