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A few of you have already seen this, but for everyone else….
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Besides Monarch butterfly larva, milkweed is a hangout for a couple of other insects, including a variety of Milkweed Longhorn species, the larva of the Milkweed Tussock moth and Milkweed Bugs. This image is of the bugs ( Oncopeltus fasciatus) … Continue reading
Posted in Animal Behavior, Autumn Color, Closeup Photography, Fauna, Insect Behavior, macro photography, Nature Photography, Western Massachusetts Tagged Amherst, insects massing to saty warm, Large Milkweed Bugs, Massachusetts, milkweed, milkweed beetle, Milkweed Longhorn beetle, Mount Pollux, New England, Oncopeltus fasciatus, sunning insects, Tetraopes, warm light, western massachusetts 26 Comments