1. Swamp Twinflower

    Dyschoriste humistrata
    This species of Twinflower is found in wetter habitats than the Oblongleaf Twinflower which is usually found in sandhills.

  2. Oblongleaf Twinflower

    Dyschoriste oblongifolia
    The image explains the plant's name of Twinflower.

  3. Imperial Moth

    Eacles imperialis

  4. Imperial Moth Caterpillar

    Eacles imperialis

  5. Imperial Moth Cocoon

    Eacles imperialis

  6. Imperial Moth

    Eacles imperialis

  7. Eastern Comma

    After a second look, Eric realized that he had located a Comma. This was a lifer for several of us. Thanks to Sonny who was able to get a photo.

  8. Eastern Hognose Snake

  9. Eastern Hognose Snake

  10. Eastern Meadowlark

    This photo is special to me because I spent quite a long time capturing this moment. Every time I got near enough to snap the shutter, the meadowlark would fly to another tree. Throughout the whole time, it never stopped singing.

  11. Eastern Pygmy-Blue

    Brephidium pseudofea

  12. Eastern Pygmy-Blue

    Brephidium pseudofea

  13. Eastern Tailed-blue

    Cupido comyntas

  14. Female Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

    Papilio glaucus
    Viewed from the underside, you can still see the tiger stripes. Most females of Tiger Swallowtails are yellow like the males, but a few are black. Males are never black. Note that this individual has lost one of her tails, probably to a predator.

  15. Female Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

    Papilio glaucus
    Female tiger swallowtails can be either a yellow or dark morph. Males are always yellow.

  16. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

    Papilio glaucus
    This is the predominant yellow morph of the Tiger Swallowtail.

  17. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail on Scarlet Milkweed

    Papilio glaucus

  18. Purple Coneflower

    Echinacea purpurea

  19. False Daisy

    Eclipta prostrata

  20. False Daisy

    Eclipta prostrata

  21. Carolina Elephantsfoot

    Elephantopus carolinianus