Thursday, July 2, 2020

Beach Report

Photos from a couple of days:

The smallest of our butterflies, an Eastern Tailed-Blue. Compare to the clover leaf and blossom it is on.
 Skye on the march!
 An easily spotted shark's tooth. Physogaleus contortus.
It was once thought to be a tiger shark, but has been reclassified to a differnet genus. It's called Physogaleus contortus. P. contortus are very common in the Miocene. They have a slender, twisted crown that is ideal for grasping fish.
A lot of people out hunting for stuff on Calvert Beach.
I found this today, perhaps the largest piece of stingray barb I've ever seen yet.
Up near the turn around point.
A military helicopter, I suspect.

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