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Old Jul 25, 2013, 8:09 PM   #1
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Default A few more from the garden (FZ150+LC55)

We have a general shortage of bugs this year, not sure why . I did find this small Milkweed Shrub that had a bunch of tiny bugs though.

#1 This guy is actually named "Milkweed Bug"!!



#2 and this is a nymph of a Milkweed Bug, very tiny



#3 Harlequin Bug




#4 Monarch Butterfly caterpillar - they only eat Milkweed
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Shortage or not you found some good ones Saly, well done.

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we don't have such colourful bugs really. nice shots as always.
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we don't have such colourful bugs really. nice shots as always.
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Neat close ups of colorful bugs, Saly, well done! It's long since we saw any bugs - even the usual spiders - here. I am waiting for good rains which is at least another two months away.
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