This is a Euchlaena Amoenaria or commonly called a Deep Yellow Euchlaena moth. They have yellow and brown shades of color and rest with their wings flat, giving the appearance of tree bark. A distinguishing mark on each hindwing is a tiny black dot in the center between brown lines. The host plants of the… Read More DEEP YELLOW EUCHLAENA
Geometer moths and some noctuid moths are called Loopers because the larvae of this insect are lacking two pairs of prolegs in the middle of their body. This makes them hump their backs when crawling. Looper moths are common and widespread. Here are two in my backyard recently.
Here is an Orb Weaver Spider in the web with a future meal.
Check out all the Honey Bees on one of my hummingbird feeders!