Blue-ringed Dancer damselflies
Small, low growing weird thing on limestone soil. I guess this is the fruit, because the peduncle feels dry and fragile.
Small low growing plant.
I was told that this is the first documented sighting of a bald eagle ever made at the Trinity River Audubon Center in Dallas.
Attached to a Swamp-privet (Forestiera acuminata).
Poor photo, but white rump is visible.
A poor photo, I know, but this is my first sighting of a bald eagle in the wild and I will take what I can get. An experienced birder was present who made the identification.
When it comes to mushrooms, I haven't even started to learn how to identify them.
Millipede. I looks to be a member of the Parajulidae family. I am guessing the genus is Aniulus. Help with identification is appreciated.
Pond sliders are common here, but this one looks different. It was in a small creek lined with trees. The size was similar to that of Trachemys scripta. Any help with identification is appreciated.
Celery Leaftier Moth. Identification was provided by butterfliesandmoths.org.
I am not certain of identification, and any confirmation or clarification would be appreciated.
American Cockroach nymph. Not totally confident on the identification, but it does closely resemble a photo of a known American Cockroach nymph.