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Jul 07, 2022 20:08 |  #7126

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Some tighter crops on the Yellow-Jacket…


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Those look really good, Wayne. Great color and sharpness.


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Jul 08, 2022 09:43 |  #7127

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Jul 08, 2022 13:50 |  #7128

new one for me, pale green assassin bug nymph (Zelus luridus)

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Jul 09, 2022 09:00 |  #7129

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Jul 09, 2022 18:23 |  #7130

a Southern pink-striped oakworm caterpillar munches on the leaf of a water oak tree

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Jul 09, 2022 22:11 |  #7131

Archibald wrote in post #19400404 (external link)
Good eye, Keith. I also noticed that object under the bee. I looked for any sign of a spider but couldn't see any. I went back this morning and found what I think is the same flower and bee, and it does look dead. Here are some pics.
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I don't know what's going on with the dead bee, but it could be pesticides. Or parasitism. There is the thick-headed fly (https://en.wikipedia.o​rg/wiki/Conopidae (external link)) that is an internal parasite. So a dead bee could have a fly pupa inside.


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Jul 09, 2022 22:15 |  #7132

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On an outing yesterday I noticed these odd little stick bundles on leaves. I did some searching on the Web and believe they are a kind of bagworm which is a kind of moth. The larvae gather these sticks to hide in. I did not disturb them, but next time might investigate some more.

I have these all over my porch, but never investigated. So now I learn these are a kind of very small bagworm moth. Cool!


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Jul 10, 2022 10:38 |  #7133

Red Milkweed Beetle. They are in the genus Tetraopes, which means four eyes. Their antennas split their eyes into upper and lower halves. They must have an interesting world view.


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Jul 10, 2022 12:36 |  #7134

Fall Webworm Moth caterpillar


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Jul 10, 2022 12:46 |  #7135

Salt Marsh Moth caterpillar


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Jul 10, 2022 13:06 |  #7136

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Fall Webworm Moth caterpillar


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Great finds and well photographed!


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Jul 10, 2022 13:08 |  #7137

Picture-winged Fly. Some flies look different than you might think up close.


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Jul 10, 2022 15:53 |  #7138

Archibald wrote in post #19402725 (external link)
Red Milkweed Beetle. They are in the genus Tetraopes, which means four eyes. Their antennas split their eyes into upper and lower halves. They must have an interesting world view.
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Excellent shot of those unusual eyes!


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Wonderful critters.


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