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Old Jun 17, 2010, 4:40 PM   #1
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Default The life sucked right out of him

He should. I found this guy in a spider web.



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full of details..lovely work
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Old Jun 18, 2010, 1:17 PM   #3
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Thanks! And, thanks for looking.
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is that a mosquito? Its like 5/8ths of in inch long!
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is that a mosquito? Its like 5/8ths of in inch long!
Beats me. I'm no bugologist. I know 2 things about it: 1. It's dead 2. A spider killed it.
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It's not a mosquito, they have different antenna, different mouthparts, and scales on the wings and body. It looks like a fungus gnat, the family Mycetophilidae.
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Nice shot Gary!
Amazing what you can do with that camera.
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Nice shot Gary!
Amazing what you can do with that camera.
Thanks, GW! It's a pretty amazing camera... really!
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