Dragonfly in RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
Dragonfly sunbathing. RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
Black and yellow mud dauber
The black and yellow mud daubers are solitary insects that build nests out of mud.
The monarch is one of the most abundant and widely recognized butterflies in the world. Taken in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida - 7/5/2018
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Riverfront Park, RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
Milkweed Assassin Bug
While not a threat to humans, if not handled properly, a Zelus longipes bite can cause a burning sensation with swelling that may last for several days. In the background a nymph of the milkeed can be seen.
Riverfront Park, St Johns, Florida, 32259
Most species occur in eastern North America. Taken in Canton, Ohio
Flying just above the lake for a while this guy decided to take a break.
Took this picture while eating on the patio of Red Robin Gourmet Burgers
The Red Admiral over-winters in south Texas.
The spider catches the unexpected
Cabbage White Butterfly. Not sure what that little fellow is on the bottom left. Looks like a bush cricket
The 3 amigos
Life Near The Pond
Bugs and Insects
Weeping Cherry in full bloom March 21,2012
This Katydid had the railing along the Niagra river all to himself.
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