Found on road DOA! Someone stopped and cut off it's tail?
My camera is out of commission for the moment so I will describe it. I see this shrub in slightly upland from riparian zones, along with the oaks. The one on the side of the road on Piezzi is about 15 feet tall. It has small ovate shaped leaves with smooth margins, the underside is silvery and fuzzier than the top. It has persistent red berries.
Growing on a Walnut tree.
I always find ladybugs in my house
Lots of creatures appear to be nectarine on these faded Ivy flowers.
These tiny flies were feeding--alongside honeybees, bluebottles and a few wasps--on fading Ivy Blossoms.
What is this green one here? I am curious about the other orange stuff too, but I put that on a separate post already.
This orange lichen was growing on a box elder.
there were no spots on this one
this was sitting on a sweet fennel right beside a ladybug.
Whenever I see fennel growing I always inspect to check out the lady bugs
I think this is Mule Fat but it might just be some sort of cudweed. The leaves remind me of a willow for sure. A beautiful green fly really enjoys the flower buds