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A rayed creekshell mussel (Anodontoides radiatus) from the Chipola River drainage in Jackson County, FL photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Baker Creek.

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A rayed creekshell mussel (Anodontoides radiatus) from the Chipola River drainage in Jackson County, FL photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Baker Creek.

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A flatwoods creekshell mussel (Strophitus williamsi) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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A flatwoods creekshell mussel (Strophitus williamsi) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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INV004-00156

A southern sandshell (Hamiota australis) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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Four southern sandshell (Hamiota australis) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. These animals were collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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A southern sandshell (Hamiota australis) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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Four southern sandshell (Hamiota australis) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. These animals were collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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An endangered Choctaw bean mussels (Obovaria choctawensis) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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Three endangered Choctaw bean mussels (Obovaria choctawensis) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. These animals were collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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Two endangered Choctaw bean mussels (Obovaria choctawensis) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. These animals were collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.
These individuals are marked for study.

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INV004-00149

A tapered pigtoe mussel (Fusconaia burkei) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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An adult and two juvenile tapered pigtoe mussel (Fusconaia burkei) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. These animals were collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.
Juveniles are smaller, and lighter in color.

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A tapered pigtoe mussel (Fusconaia burkei) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected from Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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A Gulf spike mussel (Elliptio pullata) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. This animal was collected in Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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Four Gulf spike mussel (Elliptio pullata) from the Choctawhatchee River drainage photographed with the USFWS. These animals were collected in Bruce Creek, Walton County, FL.

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A female endangered round hickorynut mussel (Obovaria subrotunda) photographed at the Aquatic Resource Recovery Center at White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery.

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A female endangered round hickorynut mussel (Obovaria subrotunda) photographed at the Aquatic Resource Recovery Center at White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery.

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An Amazon tree boa (Corallus batesii) at the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia, SC.

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A Goliath beetle (Goliathus goliatus) at the Bugarium, a part of the ABQ BioPark.

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Two Goliath beetles (Goliathus goliatus) at the Bugarium, a part of the ABQ BioPark.

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Two Goliath beetles (Goliathus goliatus) at the Bugarium, a part of the ABQ BioPark.

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A male Malagasy blue stick insect (Achrioptera fallax) from ABQ BioPark.

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A male Malagasy blue stick insect (Achrioptera fallax) from ABQ BioPark.

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A female Malagasy blue stick insect (Achrioptera fallax) from ABQ BioPark.

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A male Malagasy blue stick insect (Achrioptera fallax) from ABQ BioPark.

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A female northeastern pine sawyer beetle (Monochamus notatus) collected in Deerwood, MN, but photographed at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota.

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A monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) collected near Bennet, NE.

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A monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) collected near Bennet, NE.

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A soldier beetle (Podabrus sp.) caught in the wild near Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A western conifer seed bug (Leptoglossus occidentalis) caught in the wild near Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A western conifer seed bug (Leptoglossus occidentalis) caught in the wild near Lincoln, Nebraska.

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INS010-00140

A diamondback epinotia moth (Plutella xylostella) caught from the wild near Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A raspberry pyrausta moth (Pyrausta signatalis) caught from the wild near Lincoln, Nebraska.

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INS010-00136

A grapevine looper (Eulithis sp.) from the wild near Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A calico crayfish (Faxonius immunis) collected at Oak Lake, Lincoln, NE.

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