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I’ve seen these several times but this was the first one dew coated. I was looking for dragonflies and damselflies but since I am easily distracted, a good thing for a photographer to avoid tunnel vision, I spent some time … Continue reading
I am not sure what it is about Longhorn Beetles but I do enjoy them and hope you do too. And, as an added bonus, this Gooseneck flower head has a double front and center.
Red Milkweed Longhorn Beetle-Tetraopes tetrophthalmus
A little something colorful from our Elderberry bushes. Elderberry Longhorn Borer-Desmocerus palliatu
As the name implies, these beetles are apple tree pests. Their larvae tunnel into the tree and cause damage and sometimes death. Their beauty belies the depredation caused by the immatures. While looking at the oak leaves yesterday I came … Continue reading