Perhaps Spanish Iris (Iris xiphium). Confirmation is appreciated. Must have escaped from cultivation, but it was probably a half mile from the nearest homes.
Don Quixote's Lance. I am following ITIS which does not recognize Y. torreyi as a separate species.
Texas Bush Katydid
Common Buckeye butterfly
American Snout butterfly
Checkered White butterfly
Common Checkered Skipper
Twospotted Spider Mite (Tetranychus urticae)
Large Tolype Moth
I am guessing a feral pig. They are known to be plentiful in the area. Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Texas.
Softshell Turtle. My guess would be Apalone spinifera only because it is known to be found in White Rock Lake.
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.
Red Harvester Ants
Attached to a Swamp-privet (Forestiera acuminata).