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Moccasin Bay National Park Service Trip Jared, Tim, Skylar
Common Name: Frog Scientific Name: Hyla Arenicolor Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Turkey Scientific Name: Melearigs Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Duck Scientific Name: Anatidae Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Eagle Scientific Name: Haliaeetus Leucocephalus Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Stink Bug Scientific Name: Halyomorpha Halys Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Yellow Jacket Scientific Name: Vespula Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Stink Bug Scientific Name: Halyomorpha Halys Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Coyote Scientific Name: Canis Latrans Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Bear Scientific Name: Ursus Arctos Horriblis Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Spider Scientific Name: Arachne Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Geese Scientific Name: Branta Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Falcon Scientific Name: Falco Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Hobo Spider Scientific Name: Tagenaria Agrestis Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Mouse Scientific Name: Adopdemus Sylvaticus Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: White Tail Deer Scientific Name: Odocileus Virginianus Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Beaver Marking Scientific Name: Castor Canadensis Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Grass Hopper Scientific Name: Melanoplus Sanguinpes Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Water Skippers Scientific Name: Gerris Remigis Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Toad Scientific Name: Bufo Amercanus Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Name: Fire Ants Scientific Name: Solenopsis Invicta Lat/Long: *N *W
Leafy Spurge Common Name: Leafy Spurge Scientific Name: Euphorbia Esula Lat/Long: *N *W
Russian Thistle Common Name: Russian Thistle Scientific Name: Salsola Tragus Lat/Long: *N *W
Wheat Grass Common Name: Wheat Grass Scientific Name: Eltryigia Elongata Lat/Long: *N *W
Defuse Nap Weed Common Name: Defuse Nap Weed Scientific Name: Centaurea Diffusa Lat/Long: *N *W
Tansy Common Name: Tansy Scientific Name: Tanacetum Vulgare Lat/Long: *N *W
Teasel Common Name: Teasel Scientific Name: DipSacus Repens Lat/Long: *N *W
Russian KnapWeed Common Name: Russian Nap Weed Scientific Name: Arcoptilon Repens Lat/Long: *N *W
Yarrow Common Name: Yarrow Scientific Name: Achillea Millefolium Lat/Long: *N *W
Dalmation toad Flax Common Name: Dalmation Toad Flax Scientific Name: Linaria Dalmatica Lat/Long: *N *W
Ponarosa Pine Common Name: Ponarosa Pine Scientific Name: Pinus Poarosa Lat/Long: *N *W
Rabbit Brush Common Name: Rabbit Brush Scientific Name: Chysothamnus Nauseosus Lat/Long: *N *W
Common Mullen Common Name: Common Mullen Scientific Name: Verbascum Thapsus Lat/Long: *N *W
Choke Cherry Tree Common Name: Choke Cherry Tree Scientific Name:Prunus Virginiana Lat/Long: *N *W
Jointed Scowering Rush Common Name: Jointed Scowering Rush Scientific Name: Equisetum Hyemale Lat/Long: *N *W
Wild Rose Common Name: Wild Rose Scientific Name: Acicularis Lat/Long: *N *W
Willow Tree Common Name: Willow Tree Scientific Name: Salix Matsudana Tortosa Lat/Long: *N *W
Alder Tree Common Name: Alder Tree Scientific Name: Alnus Rubra Lat/Long: *N *W
Cotton Wood Common Name: Cotton Wood Scientific Name: Populus Deltoides Lat/Long: *N *W
Skeleton Weed Common Name: Skeleton Weed Scientific Name: Chondrilla Juncea Lat/Long: *N *W
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Desert. scorpion Has eight legs with tiny claws Has poison on a stinger on the end of its tail Eat insects and mice.
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Wild and domestic animals 1. sheep /шиип/ - овечка 2. cow /кау/ - корова 3. duck /дак/ - утка 4. snake /снейк/ - змея 5. bird /бёрд/ - птичка 6. bee /бии/
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