Very common in the urchin holes above Shark's Cove.
I didn't realize there were so many options! There were chenopods around, but this was mostly growing on the super common spurry-looking thing that I of course neglected to photograph.
I've decided Atriplex is not my favorite genus ever.
Very small, whole plant maybe 3-4 cm tall.
Apparently there's Pepsis, Hemipepsis, and Entypus, so I can't just call them all Pepsis. Oi.
Throwing me a bit. Very common, soft glandular leaves. In the zoomed out pic it's the plant behind Centromadia.
Third visit to Springtown in search of these guys yielded some results! C. molle is also supposed to occur in that area, but this was pretty soft, so I'm calling it C. palmatum.
Looks like some kind of fritillary. These were pretty common.
Not sure if anyone out there can ID Hawaiian tadpoles. This was about 3-4 cm, living in a forest stream.
Exceptionally angry, territorial little bird.