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  • Panax quinquefolius, see G Ginseng
  • Pandion haliaetus, see O Osprey
  • Papilio polyxenes, see S Swallowtail, Black
  • Parthenocissus quinquefolia, see V Virginia Creeper
  • Parus carolinensis, see C Chickadee
  • Pheucticus ludovicianus, see G Grosbeak, Rose Breasted
  • Pileated Woodpeckers, see W Woodpecker, Pileated
  • Plethodon dorsalis, see S Salamander,Zig-Zag
  • Pleurisy Root, see B Butterflyweed
  • Pleurotus ostreatus, see O Oyster Mushrooms
  • Podophyllum peltatum, see M Mayapple
  • Polygonatum commutatum, see S Solomon's Seal
  • Polyodon spathula, see Paddlefish, to your left
  • Polystichum acrostichoides, see F Fern, Christmas
  • Porzana carolina, see S Sora
  • Poppy, Celandine, see C Celandine Poppy
  • Possum Haw, see W Winterberry
  • Procyon lotor, see R Raccoon
  • Progne subis, see Purple Martins, to your left
  • Pseudacris
    • P. triseriata, see F Frog, Chorus
    • P. crucifer, Spring Peeper, compared to F Frog, Chorus
  • Pterophylla camellifolia, see K Katydid
  • Purple Fringeless Orchids, see O Orchids
  • Puttyroot Orchids, see O Orchids
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