Don't know which kind
Im not sure, it could be english ivy too
First time to find this beauty. Wow.
Not sure about this one. Stayed far away/high up.
Counted 12 (eating Hound's Tongue) today.
Those are some pretty big palps.
Front half was buried under a tangle of blackberry vines, couldn't pull it out for a pic. Nice size.
I saw a large shark close to shore. I did not see the tail but its body was the size of a grown man. I believe its color was solid gray.
The underside was way lighter than the top, smelled stronger than salvia mellifera, a sharp hint of something too
found on coastal grassland
With a shimmery greenback
This was in a park lawn, it was the only flower in bloom. The dia. was about 3/4" of an inch and it was about 5" tall.
Im not sure if it is the correct variety. Note the red vine
Curly cup gumweed
I love this species this time of year. ..