Animal trail of some sort?
After peak Fall bloom; growing from beneath rock outcropping. Photo by Gaston Imai
Late instar larva feeding on milkweed; one of 4 sighted. Photo by Claudia Clark
Plant in bloom; probably E. polycarpa or E. albomarginata. Photo by Steve Eulenberg
Adult bird, perhaps a male.
Photo by Lyderius Malone
Adult insect. Photo by Cat Santasilia
Adult moth. Photo by Lyderius Malone
Photo by Jessika Vazquez
At the Palm Springs Airport; female bird photographed by Alan McHughen.
Adult insect. Photo by Alan McHughen
Larva feeding on Passaflora. Photo by Jennifer Cole.
Photo by Bill Corr: "growing in a vacant lot on Canyon Hill Dr. During the Autumn, it has a fairly large white bell-shaped flower". Identification by Andrew Sanders, UC Riverside Herbarium
Photo by Jeff Simmons: "about inch across with neon green looking eyes, maybe mandibles". Identification by James Bryant
Adult insect observed in Spring, 2012. Photo by Michael Fugate
Adult insect. Photo by Michael Fugate
Adult and juvenile burros among residences in Moreno Valley neighborhood. Photos by Cesar Mendez
Adult female. Photo by Tara Akers
Adult female at seed feeder. Photo by Erin Lehman
Adult stage. Photo by Erin Lehman
Photo by Erin Lehman
Larva dug out of soil beneath morningglory vines. Photo by Brit and Chris Lockard
Collected at sheet lighting site just above the Nature Center. Specimen collected and identified by Doug Yanega (UC Riverside Entomology Research Museum) and data submitted to USDA: a new introduction for California, "a stored product pest, and eats wheat, corn, rice, and cotton".
Photo by Myrna Rossel; perhaps Paravaejovis puritanus (per James Bryant).