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Large grey bird at creek mouth (east of Toronto)

I'm highly confident that this is a cormorant. I'm less certain of the species, but based on the location I would bet that it is a double-crested cormorant (perhaps a juvenile based on the head color/...
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Help identify parasitic plant on oak seedling

I think these are galls produced by a wasp in the genus Andricus. Here are some produced by A. polyceras: However, there are many species in this genus so more detail would be needed to narrow it ...
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2 votes

Please help identify this tiny bug

Lovely picture. This is quite likely to be one of the organisms known colloquially as "Booklice". In fact this is probably one of the genus Liposcelis, which is a genus of small wingless ...
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