Green Darners are one of our largest dragonflies, and one of the easiest to recognize. Their bodies grow over three inches long, with a wingspan of 4 1/2 inches.
Green Darners are dimorphic, which means males and females look different. Both sexes have a green thorax (middle section of body), but males have a blue abdomen (long back part of body), while females' abdomens are purplish-gray.
Both males and females have a mark like a target on their faces. Green Darners' eyes are brown.
Eastern Hognose Snakes grow to nearly four feet long. They have thick bodies, a wide neck, and a slightly upturned snout.
The color of this snake can vary with yellow, tan, brown, gray, or reddish color. They also have dark blotches on their backs. Hognose snakes can even be all black.