LeMieux, Paul; Knight, Frank; Nieman, Don; Eustis, John A.; MacDuff, Andrew; Velez, Karen; Kent, Nigel P.; Hoffman, William; Forbes, Kathy; Batcheller, Gordon
October 2011
New York State Conservationist;Oct2011, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p38
Several letters to the editor are presented showing pictures of their New York State forest discoveries including a veiled stinkhorn mushroom, two animal skulls, and an Eastern ratsnake Elaphe alleganiensis as identified by "Conservationist" or State Department of Environmental Conservation staff.


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