Tag Archives: Audubon-Pennington Park

Six-spotted Fishing Spider – Dolomedes triton

Just a quick post. I found this nice specimen of a fishing spider at Audubon-Pennington park in Port Charlotte. Apparently this species goes through a brown phase and a black and grey phase. I’ll keep an eye out for the … Continue reading

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A Tiny Bee Fly – Bombyliidae

I happened to be making a run to the recycling center yesterday and took the opportunity to stop by the Audubon-Pennington Nature Park in Port Charlotte FL. Since it was midday I didn’t expect to see many birds but the … Continue reading

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Zebra Longwing – Heliconius charithonia

The Zebra Longwing is the Florida state butterfly. I suspect that the butterflies are unaware of the honor but, they are a pretty little insect. They are woodland butterflies so, don’t often get seen in the pine flatwoods but, wherever … Continue reading

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