Thoroughly attacking a dead walnut branch.
On a drought-killed park pine tree.
The scattered dry flowers are somehow pretty cute. Like little fuzzy sea anemones.
Small flock in the top of a drought-killed park pine tree.
By the creek.
The only photo I got, as after this it scrambled onto my hand and was reflexively flung across the yard somewhere. It had made a little alcove by webbing some sunchoke leaves loosely together.
Leaf miner? On a bean leaf.
Feral by the creek.
Growing in the dry creek bed.
Growing in the dry creek bed. Doesn't look like the native kind, to me.
A lone garden escapee growing in a very dry, barren spot between a public park fence and a sidewalk.
Body about 1" long.
Can't figure this guy out. About 1" long, in cattail shallows. Maybe recently left water? No obvious tympanum.