Old leaf, new leaf damaged could be windburn.
I found this beetle crossing Ferniehurst Street by Ashgrove Reserve. I put it back in the reserve.
Locality: NEW ZEALAND AK, suburb of Saint Johns, University of Auckland Tamaki Campus (East)
Habitat: Paulownia tomentosa. Same individual tree as my previous obs. for Engytatus nicotianae. One pair in copula when found.
Identification: Engytatus nicotianae (Koningsberger, 1903)
(3-6) male terminalia;
(7) both specimens, with ruler for scale.
On Skokie trail
03 Mar 2015.
Buckingham Springs, Bucks Co, PA.
First I've seen this year
Rutgers farm goat
On trail to Skokie
The ginko tree this leaf is from is growing along Beechwood Boulevard near the Blue Slide Park entrance to Frick Park. The leaf is simple and fan-shaped. It produces a large amount of small round fruit. The leaf was dried and pressed by high school students.
Leaves were about the same size as American Holly (tree was next to it). Red berries like English and American Holly but leaves had smooth margin.
Very soft needles