My monarch butterfly migration guide has been approved for sale in the Blue Ridge Parkway bookstores in our vicinity. I should have the new edition ready by the end of July.
I've got an orange theme going, and in this photo is the cedar fruiting body of the fungus, Cedar Apple Rust (Gymnosporangium juniperivirginianae). These hairy, slimy, bright orange balls decorate local cedar trees, making it look like Christmas in April around here. As its name states, this disease lives in stages on both cedar and apple trees.