1. Lakela's Balm

    Dicerandra immaculata var. immaculata
    The species name immaculata means spotless or without spots.

  2. Costalplain Balm

    Dicerandra linearifolia var. linearifolia
    Although the bright yellow anthers make it easy to identify this as the linearifolia variety of Dicerandra linearifolia, look also for only two to three flowers in each cluster rather than the five to seven found in D. linearifolia var. robustior.

  3. Costalplain Balm

    Dicerandra linearifolia var. linearifolia
    The birght yellow anthers easily differentiates this variety from Dicerandra linearifolia var. robustior which has redish-brown anthers.

  4. Coastalplain Balm

    Dicerandra linearifolia var. robustior

  5. Female Dina Yellow

    Pyrisitia dina

  6. Virginia Buttonweed

    Diodia virginiana

  7. Female Dion Skipper

    Euphyes dion

  8. Dion Skipper

    Euphyes dion

  9. Venus Flytrap

    Dionaea muscipula

  10. Venus Flytrap Flowers

    Dionaea muscipula

  11. Venus Flytrap Seeds

    Dionaea muscipula

  12. Venus Flytrap

    Dionaea muscipula
    Occasionally, larger insects get caught in the traps of the Venus Flytrap.

  13. Venus Flytrap

    Dionaea muscipula

  14. Ebony

    Diospyros ebenum

  15. Common Persimmon

    Diospyros virginiana

  16. Eastern Leatherwood

    Dirca palustris

  17. Eastern Leatherwood

    Dirca palustris

  18. Gulf Sebastian-bush

    Ditrysinia fruticosa

  19. Whitebanded Fishing Spider

    Dolomedes albineus

  20. Whitebanded Fishing Spider

    Dolomedes albineus

  21. Whitebanded Fishing Spider

    Dolomedes albineus