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Hot Summer Outings in Central Maryland. Last updated: 7/7/2012.

Above and below: Male and female Seepage Dancers in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Green Comet Milkweed in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012). How many species are there in Maryland?
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Below: Sandplain Gerardia, a beautiful and globally rare wildflower, in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Boneset in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Black-nosed Dace in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: A Ruby Meadowhawk in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Common Yarrow in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Common Greenbrier in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Two-lined Spittlebugs (Prosapia bicincta) in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Here is a shot of the plant-based froth for which this group is known. The "spit" provides a safe, temperature- and moisture-controlled hideaway for young spittlebugs (also known as froghoppers).

Below: Whorled Milkweed in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: A Violet Dancer in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

Below: Swamp Milkweed in Worcester Co., Maryland (7/22/2011).

Below: An intimidating Powdered Dancer in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/1/2012).

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