Looks like a female Black Witch to me but my iPhone pic is pretty weak.
Out playing around with the iPhone app and realized I don't have a grey squirrel on my inat life list.
First attempt at an observation with the iPhone app
Cruising across the sidewalk in the morning. I'm seeing conflicting descriptions and can't tell if this is B. kewense (an earthworm eating planarian) or B. vagum (a molusk eating planarian). Any help with the ID is appreciated.
A pool rescue.
On Red Mangrove
Saw three very young iguanas by the water's edge.
ID care of BugGuide's David Ferguson.
Still waiting on confirmation from BugGuide but I'm fairly certain this is a nymph of the Surinam Cockroach. Interestingly, they only exists as females reproducing by parthenogenesis in the U.S. but have two sexes elsewhere in their range.
Long Key planted a large number of Coontie last spring in hopes of attracting Atalas. It finally payed off and adults have been emerging for the past couple weeks. Unfortunately, with a newborn in the house, this is the first chance I have had to get out and see them for myself. None emerging while I was there but saw several chrysalides and this lone adult.
I hear that call every time I go to Long Key but this is the first time I've been able to get a pic.
Wild eyes on this guy that lit on my car right after parking. ID care of BugGuide.
ID via BugGuide
Looked like a dried blade of grass at first. A bit camera shy but it didn't try to flee. Just kept walking around a signpost trying to stay on the opposite side.
Very active. Every time I approached within say 20 meters on one it would fly over me barking loudly and circle back where it came from. Neat birds.