A Palamedes Swallowtail in St. Mark's NWR.
An Eastern Tiger Swallowtail in St. Mark's NWR.
A Southern Flannel Moth caterpillar on the backyard fence.
An American Alligator in St. Mark's NWR
A Green Anole seen at Devil's Den.
Along Plum Orchard Pond Trail behind the Visitor Center in St. Mark's NWR. I think it's a Yellowbelly Water Snake (Nerodia erythrogaster flavigaster), but not 100% sure, maybe a Banded Water Snake. The lower lateral yellow spots in the midsection make me question it a bit. This was a rather large snake, a least 4 ft maybe pushing 5 ft, which is large for either species, unless it's actually something else I haven't considered.
[UPDATED] It was pointed out to me on Flickr that this is a banded water snake.
Found it swimming in a small stream in Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park
Florida Cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus conanti)
Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park