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treegrow PRO 6:28am, 18 September 2012
Our next contest is Life is White. Please compete with images of white organisms, or organisms with prominent white body parts. Select one (1) of your best images to compete with. Submissions will be open through next Monday.

Contest rules and instructions on voting and posting are all located here . Please read the rules thoroughly before beginning.

Remember to post only images and their number in the posting sequence, along with a brief explanation of how the image relates to the contest topic (optional). Also, make sure your image is properly tagged, licensed, and posted to the EOL group. If you have questions or comments about the new image sizes or anything else relating to the contest, please post them to this thread. Thanks!
Jörg Hempel PRO 4 years ago
#1 Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus) in winter plumage. Just looking like an angel, even if they normally don't behave like ;-)

Chroicocephalus ridibundus
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HermannFalkner/sokol 4 years ago
#2 Cephalaria transsylvanica

Cephalaria transsylvanica
lotlhmoq 4 years ago
# 3 Pseudococcidae, possibly Pseudococcus longispinus

Pseudococcidae
mgjefferies PRO 4 years ago
#4 Our whitest ibis species

Grace
rosie.perera PRO 4 years ago
#5 Calla lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica)

5D-20051026-0336
Chris_Moody PRO 4 years ago
#6 - Mute swan having a stretch
Mute Swan
balharsh PRO 4 years ago
#7 White Crab Spider (Thomisus spectabilis)
White Crab Spider
annemirdl 4 years ago
#8 Green-eyed White (Leptophobia aripa)

Green-eyed White
J. Jordan 4 years ago
#9 Albino peacock
IMG_1230
DaveHuth PRO 4 years ago
#10
Beetle larva
Bárbol 4 years ago
Nice natural light in a wild rose, Rosa canina, that appeared alone in my garden.

Rosa canina
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treegrow PRO 4 years ago
#12 Ensign coccid female & nymphs

Ensign coccid female & nymphs
Sam Droege PRO 4 years ago
#13 Immature Jumping spider Thiodina sylvana on a fishhook with identification help by Benjamin A Coulter

Jumping-Spider,on-fishhook-face_2012-08-02-16.22.56-ZS-PMax
#14 Gum Rockrose (Cistus ladanifer subsp. ladanifer)

Esteva // Gum Rockrose (Cistus ladanifer subsp. ladanifer)
Nick Hobgood PRO 4 years ago
#15 Albino Sea Horse ?? (Hippocampus kuda) This little guy was hard to spot, chillin' among the white sponges. Gotta love the hairdo. ;-)

Whitey
David Bygott PRO 4 years ago
#16 Death is white - Misumenoides formosipes, Arizona

white crab spider
Lynette MT 4 years ago
#17 coral fungi - Hericium sp.

coral fungi - Hericium sp.
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treegrow PRO 4 years ago
Lots of pictures to choose from this week!

Submissions are now closed and Voting is OPEN! You may only vote once, and the photo with the most votes is the winner. When the voting week has closed, an administrator will change the thread status from VOTE to CLOSED. See Voting Instructions
Chris_Moody PRO 4 years ago
#13
DaveHuth PRO 4 years ago
#16
Bárbol 4 years ago
#12
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treegrow PRO 4 years ago
#17
lotlhmoq 4 years ago
#17
Sam Droege PRO 4 years ago
#16
MOD
HermannFalkner/sokol 4 years ago
#1
David Bygott PRO 4 years ago
#13
MOD
Drew Avery PRO 4 years ago
#13
balharsh PRO 4 years ago
#16
annemirdl 4 years ago
#1
Manuel Valdueza 4 years ago
#17
nartreb 4 years ago
#17
rosie.perera PRO 4 years ago
#1
MOD
cotinis PRO 4 years ago
#12
mgjefferies PRO 4 years ago
#13
Furryscaly 4 years ago
#17
J. Jordan 4 years ago
#2
caroltlw (on hiatus) 4 years ago
#16
Lynette MT 4 years ago
#12
Jkadavoor (Jee) 4 years ago
#13
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treegrow PRO Posted 4 years ago. Edited by treegrow (admin) 4 years ago
We have another tie! With 5 votes each, here are your white winners:

Jumping-Spider,on-fishhook-face_2012-08-02-16.22.56-ZS-PMax by USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Laboratory

Jumping-Spider,on-fishhook-face_2012-08-02-16.22.56-ZS-PMax

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coral fungi - Hericium sp. by Lynette S.

coral fungi - Hericium sp.
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