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  • genus Acari, see T Ticks
  • Achillia millefolium, see Y Yarrow
  • Acris crepitans, see F Frog, Cricket
  • Agelaius phoeniceus, see B Blackbird, Red-Winged
  • Agkistrodon contortrix, see C Copperhead
  • Agkistrodon piscivorus, see C Cottonmouth
  • Aix sponsa, see D Duck, Wood
  • Ambystoma
    • opacum, see S Salamander, Marbled
    • texanum, see S Salamander, Small Mouth
    • tigrinum, see S Salamander, Tiger
  • American Robin, see R Robin
  • American Woodcock, see W Woodcock
  • Anax junius, see D Dragonfly, Green Darner
  • Anhinga anhinga, see Anhinga, to your left
  • Anostraca, see F Fairy Shrimp
  • Aplectrum hyemale, see O Orchid, Puttyroot
  • Aquilegia canadensis, see C Columbine
  • Archilochus colubris, see H Hummingbird, Ruby-Throated
  • Ardea herodias, see H Heron, Great Blue
  • Asclepias
    • A. incarnata, see M Milkweed, Swamp
    • A. tuberosa, see B Butterflyweed
  • Asimina triloba, see P Pawpaw
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