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I think there are a couple of ants mixed here. The red fruit belongs to the toothed leaves and I believe is wild strawberry. The leaves in three with the light ring around the center is White Clover, I think, but definitely a clover. I gave you the suggestion for the strawberry above.
I think this is one of the Genus Aeshna - Mosaic Darners, but I'm not sure which from the photos. Now Aeshna umbrosa - Shadow Darner is the only one reported to bugguide from Virginia ( it doesn't mean it is the only one found there). Take a look at them here:
Samira welcome aboard. You have 3 spottings here all as one. Make each different plant its own spotting that way people can give you ID suggestions. Use the add another photo to show different angles or details of the same organism. Anyway, the middle yellow flower, looks like Wood Sorrel. The last one is Purple Dead Nettle.
This is a type of Foliose Lichen. Don't know enough about them, but looks like Parmelia sulcata. My understanding is that lichens are common on tree bark and don't harm the tree, but read this information: