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Tag Archives: insect
I’m not sure if Cedar Waxwings eat cicadas or not but this bird was not amused by having his portrait session interrupted by one of Brood X. On a positive note, the cicadas are on their last hurrah; more of … Continue reading
Is that even a word? It will have to do for my purpose here which is to share with you this beautiful creature that so obligingly let me follow it around a garden of flowers in a local park; it … Continue reading
But still so beautiful. I’m taking a guess that because of the wing pattern seen here, that both sides are the same.
I’ve tried looking it up but have so far failed to identify it. Great camouflage technique of resembling a dead leaf when the wings are closed. Take a closer look at the second photo. Do you see that its tongue … Continue reading
At least to me! This lovely little butterfly had wings that appeared even more delicate than usual. I’m guessing it could be a glasswing butterfly. Feel free to help identify. I’d appreciate it 🙂
This little one seemed so familiar but as he stayed with his wings closed I’m not sure. That’s the thing about identifying butterflies when you aren’t an expert. The sides of their wings don’t always match. I’m guessing this could … Continue reading
Is there such a thing as shooting the same subject too much? I visited The Butterfly House in Chesterfield, Missouri one day and had mixed emotions initially. I was hoping to see some new species but mostly I saw ones … Continue reading