This Red Spotted Purple Butterfly stopped along the edge of a small stream for a drink of water when we photographed it.
Pseudocolus is a genus of fungi in the stinkhorn family. The fruit bodies have three or four simple arms that are initially joined at the tip, but often break apart. The tips of the arms are covered with a slimy, foul-smelling gleba, which attracts insects that help disperse the spores.
Found at Buttermilk Falls Nautral Area.
Our dedicated walkers do not let a summer shower stop them form their appointed rounds.