Wednesday morning walk in a Garry Oak Meadow

Snakefly

This morning I again took Maggie (the dog) to Mt. Tolmie, a great Garry Oak meadow ecosystem. Of course, I brought along my camera. I was not disappointed with the subjects!

Agulla

Snakeflies seem to be especially abundant in this park

A Philodromid (Running Crab Spider). Genus Tibellus?

A beautiful Northern Alligator Lizard

A beautiful Northern Alligator Lizard

Northern Alligator Lizard

another beautiful Selatosomus edwardsi

another beautiful Selatosomus edwardsi

Adela

This is a moth of the genus Adela, but I am unsure what species it is. .

5 thoughts on “Wednesday morning walk in a Garry Oak Meadow

  1. Well, they are a strange habitat, probably maintained by fire. You can find them in BC, Washington and Oregon, and are definitely worth seeing in the spring…I would like to see the Badlands myself!

  2. Pingback: Expiscor (27 May 2013) | Arthropod Ecology

  3. Pingback: Ibycter 2013: a year of photos and blogging | Ibycter

  4. Pingback: Alligator Lizard at Mt. Tomie | Ibycter

Comments are closed.