Lots of these in the area, definitely dozens, but probably over 100
Insect larva with prolegs on abdomen. I'm honestly not sure at all what this is, but I'm leaning Lepidoptera. Foudecdedecdeciduousforat
Growing in a wooded area, the vine was on the ground. The leaves look similar to those of V. rotundifolia (Muscadine), but the fruit looks more opaque.
Found under a rock in a small stream.
This toad was hopping rapidly across a dry area that had recently been cleared.
Growing on a large rock. The lighter yellow-green areas look more vivid and luminous than the photograph shows.
Growing a cherry log. Color and habitat similar to Tremella mesenteric, but the shape of this fungus is more fluted.
This plant appeared to be near the end of its bloom cycle, as there were many blossoms on the ground.
This dwarf iris has short flowering stalks, the leaves are narrow,and it has an orange band on the uncrested sepals.
It was seen near a lake. About 5 cm long. It's yellow greenish. It had pimples on its back.
It was seen near a lake. Couldn't tell how long it is exactly, but it's around 2 feet. Northern water snakes lives near any aquatic area, they eat small fish and amphibians. It's active during day and night.
Amorpha schwerinii (Schwerin's false indigo), Fabaceae, Forb, 400 to 1200 feet, blooms Apr-Jun, Watch List
Eubotrys racemosa (swamp doghobble), Ericaceae, Shrub, 0 to 800 feet, blooms Mar-Jun