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365 Urban species!



January
#001: Northern Mockingbird
#002: Oriental Bittersweet
#003: Canada Goose
#004: Eastern Gray Squirrel
#005: Northern Pintail
#006: Indian Meal Moth
#007: Black-capped Chickadee
#008: Hooded Merganser
#009: Chives
#010: London Planetree
#011: Great Blue Heron
#012: Dark-eyed Junco
#013: Western Conifer Seed Bug
#014: Downy Woodpecker
#015: Wood Duck
#016: Common Redpoll
#017: Bufflehead
#018: Wood Ear
#019: Cellar Spider
#020: Rock Pigeon
#021: Cooper's Hawk
#022: Eastern Hemlock
#023: Mallard
#024: American black duck
#025: Phragmites
#026: Coral Spot
#027: Stereum hirsutum
#028: Weeping Willow
#029: Ring-billed Gull
#030: American Robin
#031: Tufted Titmouse

February
#032: Paper Birch
#033: Cinquefoil
#034: Lettuce Aphid
#035: Split Gill Fungus
#036: Deer Tick
#037: European Beech
#038: Witch Hazel
#039: Blue Spruce
#040: European Starling
#041: River Birch
#042: Red Tree Brain
#043: White-throated Sparrow
#044: Nothern Cardinal
#045: Red-tailed Hawk
#046: Blue Jay
#047: Cattail
#048: Sawtooth Grain Beetle
#049: Eastern White Pine
#050: American Coot
#051: American Goldfinch
#052: Norway Spruce
#053: American Crow
#054: Little House Fly
#055: House Sparrow
#056: Wild Carrot
#057: Black Knot
#058: Mute Swan
#059: European Black Pine

March
#060: Domestic Goose
#061: Mourning Dove
#062: Penicillium
#063: Scots Pine
#064: House Finch
#065: Birch Polypore
#066: Herring Gull
#067: House Mouse
#068: Red-bellied Woodpecker
#069: Log Cabin Caddisfly
#070: Red-winged blackbird
#071: Irpex lacteus
#072: Wood sorrel
#073: Witch's Butter *
#074: Pussy Willow
#075: White-breasted nuthatch
#077: Sap Bucket Beetle
#078: Cedar Waxwing
#079: Garden Centipede
#080: Common Grackle
#081: Artist's Conk
#082: Dandelion
#083: Canadian Nightcrawler
#084: Snowdrop
#085: Winter Moth
#086: Raccoon
#087: Flat-backed millipede
#088: Chickweed
#089: Skunk Cabbage
#090: Striped Skunk

April
#091: Forsythia
#092: Mourning Cloak
#093: Woodlouse
#094: Brown Creeper
#095: Eastern Phoebe
#096: Wild Turkey
#097: Japanese Andromeda
#098: Woodlouse Spider
#099: Conocybe tenera
#100: Ground Beetle
#101: Saucer Magnolia
#102: Lesser Celandine
#103: Common Blue violet
#104: Oleander
#105: Bananaquit
#106: Lesser Antillean Bullfinch
#107: Green-throated Carib
#108: Anole
#109: Giant Milkweed
#110: Cattle Egret
#111: Gray Kingbird
#112: Domestic Dog
#113: Eastern Subterranean Termite
#114: Big Brown Bat
#115: Mica Cap
#116: Garlic Mustard
#117: Muskrat
#118: Ground Ivy
#119: Shepherd's Purse
#120: Flowering Crabapple

May
#121: Flowering Dogwood
#122: Early Yellowrocket
#123: Celandine
#124: Silver Maple
#125: Narrowleaf Plantain
#126: Double-crested Cormorant
#127: Yellow-rumped Warbler
#128: Gray Catbird
#129: Japanese Knotweed
#130: Common Carp
#131: Black-and-white Warbler
#132: Green Bottle Fly
#133: Shaggy Mane
#134: Pineapple Weed
#135: Lambsquarters
#136: Stinging Nettles
#137: Ladybug
#138: Boxelder
#139: Horseweed
#140: Lilac
#141: Star-of-Bethlehem
#142: Crane Fly
#143: Black-crowned Night-heron
#144: English Garden Snail
#145: Daisy Fleabane
#146: American Dog Tick
#147: House Centipede
#148: Baltimore oriole
#149: White Clover
#150: Pumpkinseed
#151: Pond snail

June
#152: Pill Bug
#153: Creeping Buttercup
#154: Yellow Flag
#155: White Lychnis
#156: Bittersweet Nightshade
#157: Eastern Cottonwood
#158: Wolf's Milk
#159: Carpenter Bee
#160: Black Swallow-wort
#161: Common Mallow
#162: Black Locust
#163: Black Medick
#164: Chimney Swift
#165: Oxeye Daisy
#166: Multiflora Rose
#167: Yarrow
#168: Common Snapping Turtle
#169: Eastern Cottontail
#170: Vetch *
#171: Bullfrog
#172: Painted Turtle
#173: Common Milkweed
#174: Pond Slider
#175: Dog Stinkhorn
#176: Eastern Water Lily
#177: St. Johnswort
#178: Eastern Black Raspberry
#179: Amethyst Deceiver
#180: Mock Strawberry
#181: Dead Man's Fingers

July
#182: Lady's Thumb
#183: Hairy Galinsoga
#184: Chicory
#185: Scarlet Pimpernel
#186: Northern Acorn Barnacle
#187: Irish Moss
#188: European Green Crab
#189: Moon Jelly
#190: Common Tern
#191: European Earwig
#192: Asiatic Dayflower
#193: Dog Vomit
#194: Honeybee
#195: Duckweed
#196: Cabbage White
#197: Indian Pipe
#198: Toadflax
#199: Monarch
#200: Purple Loosestrife
#201: Carpenter Ant
#202: Birdsfoot Trefoil
#203: Chicken Mushroom
#204: Blue Dasher
#205: The Sickene
#206: Sowthistle
#207: Daylily
#208: Pigskin Earthball
#209: Purslane
#210: Quince Rust
#211: Dodder
#212: Japanese Beetle

August
#213: White Wood Aster
#214: Barn Swallow
#215: Fireweed
#216: Glaucous-winged Gull
#217: Banana Slug
#218: Domestic Rabbit
#219: Northwestern Crow
#220: Horsetail
#221: Harbor Seal
#222: California Poppy
#223: Goldenrod
#224: Ragweed
#225: Mugwort
#226: Burdock
#227: Northern Flicker
#228: Carpetweed
#229: Spurge
#230: Leopard Slug
#231: Spotted Sandpiper
#232: Sunflower
#233: Evening Primrose
#234: Cucumbertree
#235: Stag Beetle
#236: Mule Deer
#237: Copperleaf
#238: Black Nightshade
#239: Dryad's Saddle
#240: Stinky Squid
#241: Great Golden Digger Wasp
#242: Rabbitsfoot Clover
#243: Pavement Ant

September
#244: Ash Tree Bolete
#245: Ivy Leaf Morning Glory
#246: Yellow Nutsedge
#247: Calocera cornea
#249: Boletus bicolor
#250: Tar Spot
#251: Oak Maze-gill
#252: Hen of the Woods
#253: Mexican Free-tailed Bat
#254: Great-tailed Grackle
#255: American Cockroach
#256: Greater Angle-winged Katydid
#257: Red-legged Grasshopper
#258: Bumblebee
#259: White-faced Hornet
#260: Freshwater Bryozoan
#261: Oak Apple Gall Wasp
#262: Jewelweed
#263: White Snakeroot
#264: Virginia Creeper
#265: Funnel Web Spider
#266: Tree of Heaven
#267: Domestic Apple
#268: Beggartick
#269: Heart-leaf Aster
#270: Poke
#271: Honey Locust

October
#272: Curly Dock
#273: Scarlet Tanager
#274: Boston Ivy
#275: Silverfish
#276: Matrimony Vine
#277: Northern Red Oak
#278: Burning Bush
#279: Horsenettle
#280: Groundnut
#281: Poison Ivy
#282: Camel Cricket
#283: Goat's Beard
#284: Sweetgum
#285: Ginkgo
#286: Chondrostereum purpureum *
#287: Staghorn Sumac
#288: Smooth Sumac
#289: Oyster Mushroom
#290: Wooly Bear
#291: Terrestrial Flatworm
#292: Sugar Maple
#293: Red Maple
#294: Bird's Nest Fungus
#295: Eyelash Cup
#296: Northern Dusky Salamander
#297: Norway Maple
#298: Pear-shaped Puffball
#299: Kousa Dogwood
#300: Cranberry Viburnum
#301: Tulip Poplar
#302: Ruddy Duck
#303: Stemonitis axifera

November
#304: Pin Oak
#305: Devil's Walkingstick
#306: Wild Radish
#307: Dusky Slug
#308: Tansy
#309: Tomato
#310: Oleander Aphid
#311: White Mulberry
#312: Common Buckthorn
#313: American Beech
#314: American Widgeon
#315: Japanese Maple
#316: Horse Chestnut
#317: Swamp White Oak
#318: Bur Oak
#319: Greenhouse Slug
#320: Green Shield Lichen
#321: Eastern Chipmunk
#322: Brick Top
#323: Devil's Coach Horse
#324: Callery Pear
#325: Nasturtium
#326: Coprinus disseminatus
#327: Lesser periwinkle
#328: Housefly
#329: Harvestman
#330: Beach Rose
#331: White Winged Scoter
#332: American Sea Rocket
#333: Globular Springtail
#334: Wall Moss

December
#335: Common Groundsel
#336: Winterberry
#337: Common Goldeneye
#338: Dawn Redwood
#339: Common Eider
#340: Pepperweed
#341: Brant
#342: Oakleaf Hydrangea
#343: Common Snowberry
#344: Great Black-backed Gull
#345: Carolina Wren
#346: Northern Shoveler
#347:Non-biting Midge
#348: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
#349: Japanese Barberry
#350: Northern Catalpa
#351: Golden-crowned Kinglet
#352: Red-breasted Merganser
#353: Seaside goldenrod
#354: Red clover
#355: Rocky Mountain Juniper
#356: Red Osier Dogwood
#357: Song Sparrow
#358: Yew
#359: American Holly *
#360: European Holly
#361: Speckled Alder
#363: Japanese Pachysandra
#364: Boxwood *
#365: Human

* these entries have unresolved identification problems or disputes. See errata.
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