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  1. Orbweaver

    Acanthepeira stellata

  2. Orbweaver

    Acanthepeira venusta

  3. Saddleback Caterpillar

    Acharia stimulea
    This caterpillar has stinging hairs that are to be avoided.

  4. Cricket Frog

    Acris crepitans crepitans

    This Cricket Frog is nestled among sphagnum moss.

  5. Cricket Frog

    Acris gryllus dorsalis

  6. Long-winged Dagger Moth Caterpillar

    Acronicta longa

  7. Triton Dagger Moth Caterpillar

    Acronicta tritona

  8. Luna Moth Eye

    Actias luna
    This is a closeup of the eyepot found near the leading edge of each of the luna moth's wings. They may startle birds or direct them to peck at a less vulnerable part of its body.

  9. Luna Moth Eyes

    Actias luna
    The eyespots and folded wings of this luna moth look like a face to me when viewed this way. The leading edge of the wings are actually at the bottom of the image.

  10. Luna Moth

    Actias luna
    I have lots of photos of Luna Moths, but the silhouette of this newly emerged Luna Moth was irresistible.

  11. Luna Moths

    Actias luna
    These two luna moths on an oak tree had just emerged in March, the first brood of the season. The purple edges on the wings are pigment accumulated over the winter months. Later broods usually have yellow edges.

  12. Fairy Moth

    ADELIDAE family
    I don't know the life history of this tiny moth, but its long antenna must have an interesting tale to tell.

  13. Metallic Green Bee

    Agapostemon sp.

  14. Male Metallic Green Bee

    Agapostemon splendens

  15. Grass Spider

    Agelenopsis pennsylvanica

  16. Southern Copperhead Snake

    Agkistrodon contortrix contortrix

  17. Southern Copperhead Snake

    Agkistrodon contortrix contortrix

  18. Southern Copperhead

    Agkistrodon contortrix contortrix

  19. Florida Cottonmouth Snake

    Agkistrodon piscivorus conanti

  20. Florida Cottonmouth Snake

    Agkistrodon piscivorus conanti
    The Cottonmouth Snake is also called a Water Moccasin.

  21. Florida Cottonmouth

    Agkistrodon piscivorus conanti
    This is the typical pose of a Florida Cottonmouth while waiting for its next meal.