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re: Are these mushrooms edible? - consumptive_use
In Louisiana, the easiest to identify edible mushroom is the oyster mushroom (very tasty, even in the field). As previously mentioned, it mostly grows on willows or oaks that are dead or dying. The visible part of this mushroom grows horizontally on the tree regardless if the tree is standing or f...
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re: Forgotten late 80s/Early 90s Country songs - consumptive_use
After reading through this thread, people mostly listed popular songs from lesser artists or semi-popular songs from popular artists. I ain't mad though, I've got a pandora station that plays 95% of the songs listed and I love it??...
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re: GoT S7 E4 "The Spoils of War" MAESTERS Thread - consumptive_use
Watched it with CC. Flee, you idiot. You idiot. You fricking idiot....
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re: GoT S7 E3 Thread: 'The Queen's Justice' Maester Thread - consumptive_use
[quote]So is anyone else thinking the books sam is about to make copies of are the ones usually held behind lock and key. And he is about to learn everything he was looking for.[/quote] Definitely. I think the only "question" is if it's his reward or a lazy plot device....
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re: Guide to Louisiana's snakes - consumptive_use
Scrolled through the link but didn't see if there was a link to Boundy and Carr's newest guide book. [link=(http://lsupress.org/books/detail/amphibians-and-reptiles-of-louisiana/)]Herp guide[/link] Pretty good book. Lots of pics for when you are unsure of your identification. ...
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re: Have you ever seen a spotted skunk? - consumptive_use
Teague, researchers all across the SE are looking for verifiable records of spotted skunk sightings. The spotted skunk research crew in Alabama is starting a state wide project this fall to survey skunks throughout the state. They also have a project on iNaturalist.org to report spotted skunk sigh...
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re: Have you ever seen a spotted skunk? - consumptive_use
Yes. I've even caught a few, but I am currently researching spotted skunks. In Louisiana, Eastern Spotted Skunks were historically located in the Florida Parishes and Cameron/Calcasieu Parishes (probably the Cajun Prairie Parishes as well). They were very rare in N. Louisiana. While not as c...
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re: What kind of bird is this? - consumptive_use
It's an anhinga. It is pretty similar to a cormorant....
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re: If anyone rescues any fawns from flood water and needs people to help raise them - consumptive_use
LDWF had a press release about this today([link=(http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/news/40498)]LDWF Press Release[/link]) [quote]Rehabilitators are not permitted to take deer or fawns without prior LDWF approval. All calls regarding deer or fawns must be handled through the appropriate LDWF regional o...
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re: What the hell is this bird? - consumptive_use
Yellow-crowned Night Herron...
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re: What would be the earths top predator? - consumptive_use
The premise of the thread was sans humans. It's just fun BS, there is almost no species listed here tonight that hasn't been T/E....
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re: What would be the earths top predator? - consumptive_use
I was wondering when somebody would bring up reptiles or avian predators. ...
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re: What would be the earths top predator? - consumptive_use
Just food for thought. You don't have to be the biggest to be the baddest....
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re: What would be the earths top predator? - consumptive_use
There are 4 different species of hyenas, including the aardwolf. Most are predators with a high propensity to scavenge....
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re: What would be the earths top predator? - consumptive_use
There has been recent scientific publications (along with video) of Western Spotted Skunks defending and successfully chasing mountain lions away from the lion's own kill. Amazing to see an animal that weighs less than 3 pounds backing down the western hemisphere's largest remnant feline predator...
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re: What would be the earths top predator? - consumptive_use
This thread definitely has a lack of megafauna that primitive humans helped kill off 10 to 50k years ago....
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re: Big Credit to Stallings - consumptive_use
Player of the Game ...
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re: Check in if you stayed up for the whole game. - consumptive_use
In. Tomorrow is gonna suck :geauxtigers: :geauxtigers: :geauxtigers:...
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