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Bios Project

  1. 1. Amy Martiny
  2. 2. <ul><li>My first park visit was at Strouds Run. I spent a lot of time at Strouds until it eventually became too dark to see anything (hence the picture). </li></ul><ul><li>My second was Sells park. I spent so much time exploring off the path near the first half of the trail that I just got a picture with me and the woods instead of with the sign. </li></ul><ul><li>Lastly, I visited West State street park which I didn’t even know existed. I ventured off into the wooded area behind all the park stuff and found a lot of great things near the river. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Strouds Run -Plants Birch Tree Box Elder
  4. 4. Alisma subcordatum Green Onion Vine Typha Latifolia (Cattails)
  5. 5. Pyracantha Thistle White Pine ( Pinus Strobus) Sagittaria latifolia
  6. 6. -Animals Centipede Geese
  7. 7. Robin Salamander Millipede Woodlouse
  8. 8. Morning Dove Baby wolf spider chickadees Earthworm
  9. 9. Sells Park -Plants Pyracantha Moss ( Bryophyta )
  10. 10. Clovers Birch Tree Thistle Pine
  11. 11. Wild Blue Berry Bush T. Angustifolia Wild Ginger Fern
  12. 12. -Animals Baby Funnel Web Spider or House Spider Ecpantheria scribonia
  13. 13. Crayfish Red-backed Salamander Millipede Chickadees
  14. 14. Hypselistes florens ( eating dead millipede) centipede Small black jumping spider woodlouse
  15. 15. West State Park -Plants Sugar Maple Tree Vine Tendril
  16. 16. Locust Tree (with pods) Green Onion Large White Fungi Sycamore Tree Pod
  17. 17. Lichen Pine tree Gum Tree Seed Pod fungi
  18. 18. -Animals Tufted Titmouse North American Woodpecker
  19. 19. Crows Traces of Rabbit Snail Smaller snail
  20. 20. Spider web (trace) ant Tiger Moth (Caterpillar) Squished termite