Common on our river gravel.
I've seen these a dozen times at this location, but lack the gear to get a nice image.
Skin found under rock
This spider was extremely small, approximately 1/4 cm and had an interesting pattern consisting of dots lighter than its' body. It was found resting in a leaf on the edge of the trail. There was a web approximately 15 cm away and approximately 5 other webs spread throughout the area.
This sprawling bush covered approximately 7 ft. It did not contain many berries. Its' biggest leaf was approximately 5 cm long, and its' smallest was approximately 2.5 cm long. Overall much smaller than the invasive blackberry.
The Pennyroyal grew around the top of the pond and did not grow alone it just grew all together and in large clumps. I found it at the Turtle Pond and all of it was purple. The smell was very strange. It smelled like spicy lavender and was very interesting.
It seemed to be sprouting and blooming. The leaves were covered in a very sticky residue and had an odor on the skin once touched. It had a dark mint color and the leaves grew out of the center. They were about a a .5-2 feet long and were all different. The plant was surrounded by dry grasslands and a creek near by.