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Little guys on Mushroom

Little guys on Mushroom
Collinsville, AL, Dekalb/Cherokee County, Alabama, USA
December 25, 2014
Found these little guys on downed mushrooms in the forest while testing out my new camera lens in Alabama.

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Moved from ID Request.

not sure how this was added u
not sure how this was added under a different account name; I suppose it did default because I forgot to login?

 
not sure either...
I've been iNaturalist on BG for several years now; I'm not contributor Flown; this is not my shot.

 
thank you so much for respond
thank you so much for responding so quickly!

 
It appears that you just started a new account
There is no default; you can't post anything without logging in. There are no images posted under the user name "Flown."

 
I somehow I posted this under
I somehow I posted this under that OTHER name. I do not have that account. I ended up having to logout/re-login to get where I am. I can show you the original photo of the mushroom/springtails plus extras to prove that they are mine.

I suppose that I should report this to the administrator?

 
Yes
That's a little disturbing... here would be the place to do that.

 
much appreciated!
much appreciated!

Springtails
They may or may not be adults, but they are not larvae, since there is no such thing as a larval springtail.

 
thank you very much! it's go
thank you very much! it's good to know!

 
thank you!
thank you!

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