on Common Milkweed
on red oak
Large (12-13 mm?), orange-tan body. Possibly a Limnephilidae, will have to take a closer look.
Small (size 18), green/yellow cast to body.
Growing in wetland area of Pearl Street Park, Essex. It was too far away for a better picture, sorry.
Growing in wetland area of Pearl Street Park, Essex.
Growing at Pearl Street Park in Essex. Saw many clumps in section east of tennis courts.
Growing at the beginning of the trail at Shelburne Pond on right.
The first photo is right-side-up; it was growing horiztonally/sideways.
Red fruit stood out in the distance from the trail at Pearl Street Park in Essex. Bad picture but you can see leaves and how the fruit is lower down.
Seen at Pearl Street Park in Essex.
Yellow-orange dragonfly, about 3 inches long with a wingspan of about 4 inches. Perched on window screen; I placed white paper behind it for contrast. Appeared on a cool (65f) august morning in South Burlington.
Two Monarchs at once - more than I've seen all summer!
I've been puzzling over this butterfly, which appears to have some characteristics of White Admiral and some of Red-spotted Purple Admiral. (See photos.) Any advice will be appreciated!