1. Atlantic Pigeonwings

    Clitoria mariana

  2. Clouded Skipper Caterpillar

  3. Clouded Skipper Chrysalis

    This Clouded Skipper chrysalis is rolled up in one of its host plants, Wood Oats (Chasmantium sp.).

  4. Female Clouded Skipper

  5. Clouded Skipper

  6. Mating Clouded Skippers

  7. Cloudless Sulphur Caterpillar

  8. Cloudless Sulphur Caterpillar

  9. Cloudless Sulphur Caterpillars

    Cloudless Sulphur caterpillars occur in several different colors and patterns.

  10. Cloudless Sulphur Chrysalis

    The chrysalis of the Cloudless sulphur can be either pink or green.

  11. Cloudless Sulphur Chrysalis

    The chrysalis of the Cloudless Sulphur can be either pink or green.

  12. Coastalplain Balm

  13. Carolina Coralbead

    Cocculus carolinus

  14. Carolina Coralbead

    Cocculus carolinus

  15. Carolina Coralbead

    Cocculus carolinus

  16. Cofaqui Giant-skipper

    Megathymus cofaqui

  17. Blueridge Horsebalm

    Collinsonia serotina

  18. Brownchin Racer

    Coluber constrictor helvigularis

  19. Black Racer

    Coluber constrictor
    The skin of the immature Black Racer is mottled rather than the solid black of a mature Black Racer.

  20. Black Racer

    Coluber constrictor

  21. Eastern Racer

    Coluber constrictor
    I found this Racer peeking through the leaves of a rose bush at our house.