Found him in the bathroom near the summit. This was a cool looking moth. This link supports my reason. . .hopefully.
This was growing in the same sandy area where the purple flowers were in.
These were growing only near the summit. They were only growing near that sandy area where the tables are.
These were common throughout out the park too.
This guy was trying to get in our cars.
Not sure what this is but it was growing by one of the picnic areas
Found this by the Jerusalem crickets. This was about half a foot long.
Just another guy I found.
This was the last scorpion I found today. Found by the Jerusalem cricket and black widow.
I found these guys in a lot of places. Is it a type of cricket?
Found this under a rock.
These guys became more common the higher up we went. What happened to just the regular Jerusalem cricket? Was there a taxon change?
I'm pretty sure this is a type of flower. This was common like crazy.
To colorful to be a turkey tail.
Found this guy in the bathroom by the junction center where the north gate entrance was by.
Probably the same species as the other purple flower observation I posted.
Found a few of these guys throughout the park.
Found in quite a few places.
These were also very common. But only near the Rock City bathrooms.
These were also very common.
These were really common throughout the park.
Found right by the third scorpion. Not sure what type of moth it is but I know it's a moth. Could it be an owlet moth?
Another big one. Found under a rock by the bathrooms by the Rock City parking lot.
The second one I found. I accidentally kicked over a log and found this guy. I thought it was a herp at first because of how big it was.
Was found all over the sandstone rocks.
I thought it was a sagebrush lizard but looking closely at its legs revealed it was a coast range fence lizard. . .sadly.
This was the only salamander and amphibian I found. I wish I was able to find more but no luck.
The first one I found today. Man these were pretty common.
Found on the same tree where the fungus was.