CMBush's photos


  • Jumper - Habronattus sp.

    Came upon this individual at 9000ft of ascent to summit of Brokeoff Mt. in Lassen National Park. When I went to pick up my pack after taking a picture of the final leg of the trail (next photo) I found this guy.

  • Jumper - Habronattus sp.

    May be H. amicus, per folks who are skilled at IDing jumpers. More to follow.

  • Last leg of trail to Brokeoff Mt. summit, Lassen National Park.

    And the habitat of the jumping spider I am so keen on.


  • Sarcodes sanguinea - Snow plant, Huddart Park, San Mateo County, CA

    Thank you very much Sheila for ID! Additional information that, per CalFlora, species may be rare in this location: www.calflora.org/cgi-bin/species_query.c gi?where-calrecnu... Huddart Park, San Mateo County, CA

  • Fungus

    ID welcome! Huddart Park, San Mateo County, CA

  • Emerald Pool Trail, Zion National Park, Utah



  • Weeping Rock, Zion National Park, Utah


  • Emerald Pool Trail, Zion National Park, Utah


  • Upper Emerald Pool, Zion National Park, Utah



  • Scott and Hayes Streets, San Francisco, California


  • Cole Street, San Francisco, California


  • Cole Street, San Francisco, California



  • View 1, Lichen, Brian Head Peak, Iron County, Utah

    Elevation 11,307 feet. Identifications welcome!

  • View 2, Lichen, Brian Head Peak, Iron County, Utah

    Elevation 11,307 feet. Identifications welcome!

  • Wolf Spider, (family Lycosidae), Anderson Meadow, Beaver County, Utah

    An ~8mm to 10mm individual. Identification thanks to R.J. Adams.


  • Tent Caterpillar colony, Fishlake National Forest, Utah

    Stunning fellows, range of sizes. According to National Park Service, these individuals may defoliate trees and while considered to be a garden pest, colonies may have 8-10 year cycles that are a natural process and thus protected on National Park Service…

  • Lichen, Bald Mountain, Summit County, Utah

    Identification ideas very welcome, elevation ~10,000 feet.

  • Ultra cropped, Lichen, Dutch Hollow Trail, Wasatch County, Utah

    Average size of cups in cluster ~1mm - 2mm.


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