Found on a Mongolian Oak in the National Arboretum. Insect has an elongated, stick like brown body with four yellow legs. It's immediate reaction to a potential threat was to remain perfectly still
Small fly with large, colorful (primarily orange with spots of green and blue) eyes and sparse hairs covering the body. Body has a reflective quality with an orange tint.
Rounded, lobed leaves. The particular lead was taken off of a very young tree, it also shows several signs of top mines.
Found on the George Washington University campus using a yellow pan trap.
test added on gnp
Sapling white oak roughly 1 meter in height. Lobed leaves with no teeth or extended center vein.
Large (4-5cm), 5th instar, caterpillar found in two leaflet shelter on kudzu. yellow-green in color with brown head and orange eyespots.
Roughly 1 meter in height with simple waxy leaves and green pods for seeds. Seed pods have ridges, and are filled with hair-like seeds.
Invasive, viny plant covering large area near bank of the Anacostia River. Three leaflets per leaf.
Not great photos, but I think the best fit is a black-throated green. Pine warbler also possible (?), but not consistent with what others reported that day.
Terrible photos, but b-t green is consistent with the few details that are visible and reports of others that day.
Terrible photos, but blue-winged warblers were reportedly observed by others that day, and the dark eye stripe seems clear enough.