1. Morzenti's Spleenwort Fern

    Asplenium x heteroresiliens
    Morzenti's Spleenwort Fern is a cross between A. heterochronum and A. resiliens. Notice the black stipe or stem, a characteristic of several spleenworts.

  2. Atala Chrysalides

  3. Atala Chrysalis

  4. Atala Chrysalides

  5. Atala Eggs

    These large eggs of the Atala butterfly are on the Coontie (Zamia pumila).

  6. Atala

    Eumaeus atala

  7. Atamasco Lilies

    Zephyranthes atamasca var. atamasca
    Georgia's Atamasco Lilies are as beautiful as ours and could not be passed up for a quick photo.

  8. Atamasco Lily

  9. Ailanthus webworm moth

    Atteva aurea

  10. Smooth Yellow False Foxglove

    Aureolaria flava

  11. Fernleaf Yellow False Foxglove

    Aureolaria pectinata

  12. Io Moth Caterpillar

    Automeris io
    This is a beautiful caterpillar, but those who have experienced the stinging hairs of this caterpillar will tell you to avoid touching it.

  13. Io Moth

    Automeris io

  14. Mosquito Fern

    Azolla filiculoides

  15. Saltwater Falsewillow

    Baccharis angustifolia

  16. Saltwater Falsewillow

    Baccharis angustifolia

  17. Silverling

    Baccharis glomeruliflora
    This shrub can be distinguished from the other two Baccharis species found in Florida by its stalkless flowers and wider leaves.

  18. Silverling

    Baccharis glomeruliflora
    Tthis is one of the three groundsels found in Florida. This species is usually found in floodplain forests.

  19. Back Dunes

    Pine flatwoods and swales are found on the landward side of coastal dunes.

  20. Lemon Bacopa

    Bacopa caroliniana

  21. Bagworm Moth case