Young adult male. Imaged only. GTS 629. UTA DC 7247 (University of Texas at Arlington Digital Collection).
In the mangroves
A Southern Two-striped Walkingstick in Stuart, FL
A Sculptured Pine Borer in Stuart, FL. I went with V. virginiensis over C. georgiana because of size, color, and the structural differences noted here:
A Tropical Orbweaver Spider in Stuart, FL.
A Giant Vinegaroon on the driveway. Its long whip-tail had been broken off.
A Grizzled Mantis on the side of the house. Stuart, FL.
A Greenhouse Frog in the yard. Non-native
A Cuban Treefrog hiding in a palmetto leaf in the backyard. It's an invasive species in Florida.
Hyla gratiosa, Barking Treefrog
In Stuart, FL 34997, USA
A Red-banded Hairstreak in the backyard grass.
A rather tattered Giant Swallowtail in the backyard.
A Blue Dasher in the preserve area near the house in Stuart, FL.
A Black and Yellow Argiope in its web.
A Brown Anole atop a planter in the yard.
A Florida Scrub Lizard seen in Seabranch Preserve SP in Stuart, FL
It had a borrow in the preserve behind my parent's house and would occasionally come out on to the lawn.