1. Cloudless Sulphur Caterpillar

  2. Cloudless Sulphur Caterpillars

    Cloudless Sulphur caterpillars occur in several different colors and patterns.

  3. Cloudless Sulphur Chrysalis

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

  4. Cloudless Sulphur Chrysalis

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

  5. Coastalplain Balm

  6. Carolina Coralbead

    Cocculus carolinus

  7. Carolina Coralbead

    Cocculus carolinus

  8. Cofaqui Giant-skipper

    Megathymus cofaqui

  9. Blueridge Horsebalm

    Collinsonia serotina

  10. Brownchin Racer

    Coluber constrictor helvigularis

  11. Black Racer

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

  12. Eastern Racer

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

  13. Black Racer

    Coluber constrictor

  14. Florida's Floral Rarities

  15. Whitemouth Dayflower

    Commelina erecta

  16. Common Buckeye Caterpillar

    Common Buckeyes use many host plants in the Broomrape family (OROBANCHACEAE){formerly included in the SCROPHULARIACEAE or Snapdragon family) including the False Foxglove (Agalinis sp.).

  17. Common Buckeye Caterpillar

  18. Common Buckeye

    Junonia coenia

  19. Common Checkered-skipper

    Pyrgus communis

  20. Common or Tropical Checkered skipper Caterpillar

  21. Common Pawpaw

    Asimina triloba