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Telebasis byersi - Duckweed firetail

Flagler Co. FL 04/09/16

Egretta caerulea - Little blue heron

Jefferson Co. FL 05/25/07
A year-round resident of Florida, with fewer in the northern part of the state during the winter months and overall less populous in the keys.
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Battus philenor - Pipevine swallowtail

Volusia Co. FL 09/11/17
Pipevine swallowtails are found from central Florida northward to Ontario and Connecticut, westward to Arizona, plus an area of northern Califor
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Blue swallowtail

Sayornis phoebe - Eastern phoebe

Volusia Co. FL 10/21/12
Eastern phoebes winter in Florida and much of the southeastern United States and eastern Mexico. The breeding range in the summer extends from t
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Odocoileus virginianus - White-tailed deer

Brevard Co. FL 09/21/12
White-tailed deer can be found throughout Florida. The range extends through the Americas from Canada to Peru.
The coloration of white
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Phalacrocorax auritus - Double-crested cormorant

Brevard Co. FL 12/17/11
This bird is often be seen perched above or near the water with wings spread to dry. A year-round resident of Florida and the most numerous and
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Pseudemys peninsularis - Peninsula cooter

Volusia Co. FL 01/15/12
One of the most common freshwater turtles in the peninsula of Florida, the peninsula cooter can often be seen basking on logs in lakes and slow
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Pseudemys floridana peninsularis

Leiocephalus carinatus - Northern curly-tailed lizard

Matanzas Prov, Cuba 02/19/19

Danaus plexippus - Monarch

Volusia Co. FL 09/17/07
A striking butterfly of sandhills, wet prairies, gardens and disturbed sites throughout Florida. Can be seen year-round in south Florida, and t
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Mecaphesa sp. - Flower spider

Volusia Co. FL 08/06/06
These are called flower spiders because instead of spinning a web, they sit and wait for insects to come to the flower where the spider catches
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Crab spider
Misumenops sp.

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