Very excited to see a Monarch! This male is missing a chunk from the right hindwing.
Found while gardening.
On honey vine climbing milkweed.
This is a queen ant who has recently lost her wings. This indicates that she is probably a founder queen.
- abdomen rounded cone shape
- 0.1 cm
- 0.4 cm
- has post-petiolar and epinotal
- has small black hairs
- 0.2 cm
- color: light red brown
- worker ant
- light brown color
- 6 legs
- small hairs all over
- 0.7 cm long
-red brown ant
-abdomen a round cone shape
Bad pics, but good enough to see that it's melanistic!
Done in by a Cooper's.
Two individuals of similar size walking down the alley.
Definitely a pedestrian hazard near the sidewalk.
Grooming itself in the sun.
Found on the George Washington University campus using a yellow pan trap.
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.
This bee is commonly found on George Washington University grounds thanks to Hartmut Doebel's bee hives in Lisner Hall. They enjoy a diversity of plants and make honey for the Founding Farmer's restaurant in Georgetown.