Small, white, on a bush
Right outside Muir Woods
Yellow spotted centipede.
Hummingbird moth (sphingidae)
The head is slightly out of focus but I'm glad I got her forelegs sharp. Those bluish spikes are beautiful and scary.
It's a female up front, and there's a male in the background of the main pic.
This is tough but it looks Southern to me. Light irises, somewhat of a "neck", and light markings in the middle of belly scales. Are there ever intergrades?
All along the understory walk/Cataract Trail
Yellow Iris/ void of belly markings = Southern?
I've seen whiter ones as of late. This is more of a "May" form...
"spots in the armpits" connotes non-native I learned.,,
Long thin brown legs. Might be dead.
Some kind of dragon fly
Lighter green with slightly fuzzy stocks. Hard spiky leaves.
four leaved green plant