A horde of Zebra Longwing larvae come together on the few leaves left on the passionflower vine they have mostly consumed. Once these leaves are gone these caterpillars will have to come up with a new plan for a meal. It looks like they may have some traveling in their future.
A Green Orchid Bee foraging on a flower at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area. They may not be native to Florida, but they have certainly found an unobtrusive place for themselves in the environment.
It was thought this was the largest tern in North America so it was given the name Royal Tern denoting its size, but it is actually the second largest tern after the Caspian. This particular bird should not be disappointed in this since somebody somewhere cares about this individual. Note the band around its leg, marking it as part of a study being done on these birds.