Adult observed on a residential driveway. Imaged only. GTS 903. UTA DC 7320.
Adult observed in foliage. Imaged only. GTS 902. UTA DC 7319.
Swooped into the yard landing on a branch very interested in the two grey squirrels that were chasing each other.
One squirrel chasing another playing in the tree branches.
Heard calling by lakeshore.
2 Adults at Tuscawilla Country Club parking lot
Saw the adult laying eggs on this plant a couple weeks before I noticed the caterpillar.
Female Green Lynx Spider guarding her egg sac
Looked blackish with a gray center when tucked into itself. Attached to an oyster-crusted algae-laden rock that was collected from a beach where it was partially submerged. When the anemone opened, the arms appeared mostly gray-green and it was approximately the size of a thumbnail. I couldn't get a good enough photo with my phone but Chris got a better one (so I've uploaded his photo instead).
Extracted from oyster clusters on the roots of a red mangrove in an intertidal zone.
Small wiggly worms, mostly a red color, but some much paler. Variable levels of activity, but I had no magnification to get a better view of them. This set might represent more than one species but other than some variance in color there was no substantial difference to the naked eye.
Small, frantically wiggling gammarid for which I never did get a good photo. Its body shape/size are roughly shrimp-like to an untrained observer. It's mostly semi-translucent grayish overall. It curls up and splays itself out fairly often but that doesn't seem to be its primary means of mobility. We had several of them, but this one was larger than some of the other gammarids and was photographed individually.
Removed from an oyster cluster on a red mangrove root in an intertidal zone.
A small snail with red-brown shell color and yellow/tan markings on it. Had semi-translucent antennae and siphon with sort of stripey markings on them. Body that extended from the shell was mostly a creamy-tan color with darker markings.
Removed from oyster clusters that were adhered to the roots of a red mangrove in an intertidal zone.
Male & female