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Miami-Dade County, FLLat: 25.79, Long: -80.23
Thanks for the correction William.
This is either S. aloeus or S. Antaeus but not 100% sure which. I'm leaning towards aloeus.
From the look of the wings looks like prey is a Halloween Pennant.
Agree with James, Coffee-loving Pyrausta Moth.http://bugguide.net/node/view/26387
That is a true bug, not a beetle. From the rounded shape looks like a Shield-backed Bug.
These are called Mother of Thousands plants. I think it is Kalanchoe tubiflora, but not sure I'm finding different scientific names on the web.
I believe it's a Sweat Bee in the tribe Augochlorini, but I don't know which one.http://bugguide.net/node/view/13435
I believe this Iris is also known as Southern Blue Flag.
Yes, whichever one it is, it's definitely a young one. I think I photographed one a while back at Bill Baggs State Park. I'll take a look to see if I came to any conclusions with that one.
Immature fern fronds and fiddleheads. I don't know what kind.