An older sighting, recently identified with help from BugGuide.
Leaves are all filiform. No basal leaves. Flowers are really small. 5 petals. Seeds look like two joined together.
I assume it is M. citriodora, but not a typical one.
Red-spotted Aster Mimid
Stink Bug. Smaller than the tip of my thumb.
I did not measure, but the corollas are much smaller than the more common members of this genus.
Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle
Small Milkweed Bug nymph
Roemer's Sensitive-briar. The undersides of the leaves do not have raised side veins (thus not M. nuttallii).
Leaf galls on Live Oak
Brown Water Scorpion
Coastal Plain Toad
Cabbage White hanging upside down from a Rough-pea flower.