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Old Feb 13, 2010, 5:07 PM   #11
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Thanks for looking, and the comments guys,

Kjell, I'm really starting to worry about you!

Dustin, I like that idea, would really like to see how the leaves and branches were growing through the nest and what it looks like inside, would be interesting.
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Old Feb 14, 2010, 2:30 PM   #12
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You need to split it open to get cross sectional view. Have your camera ready when you do splitting.

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Better yet, tell em your with the 2010 Census and wish to get the number of members in the household!

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Dustin, I like that idea, would really like to see how the leaves and branches were growing through the nest and what it looks like inside, would be interesting.
we have split open smaller ones before. its usually several layers of what you see on the outside surrounding a middle section. over half of it is actually layers of those leaves mixed with saliva, just a smaller comb section in the middle where everything happens.

from the bald-faced hornet, which is actually a type of wasp, but just happens to live in trees, so ppl call them hornets.
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You need to split it open to get cross sectional view. Have your camera ready when you do splitting.
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Has anyone heard the expression "mad as a hornet"?
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Old Feb 15, 2010, 7:48 PM   #16
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Hey Dustin, thanks for the info.
Ed, jelpee and Pen, I think you guys are just trying to stir things up!
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