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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 8
Insect Hilton ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Let your imagination run wild. You can make a bug hotel using up lots of waste materials in the garden (cones, stems, bamboo sticks etc), then put a slanted roof on top to keep it dry. We 💚 this one!
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Long Point Bird Obs. Aug 6
Last night we found a rare migrant at the Tip but it wasn’t a bird, it was a Black Witch . This huge neotropical moth sometimes migrates into Canada. We’ve had a few sightings over the past five years. 📷 Kyle Cameron
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Chase G. Mayers Aug 8
I had such a heck of a time identifying this beetle. Yes, a BEETLE! Note the ridiculously reduced wing covers (elytra). It is a "wedge-shaped beetle" of the genus Ripiphorus, and the fantastic antennae indicate that this is a male.
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Jay Hosler 24h
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Nath 17h
Hello Tweeter’s friend !😊Hope you are well! Some butterflies of this morning in my garden. Enjoy!
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Kristin Gjerdset 4h
Cute little hung around the yard today. It is a Peck’s, which was a first sighting for me!
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Anita Aug 8
The Lemon Balm looks a mess but it's flowering and there's a Common Banded Hoverfly on it. 🙂 8th August 20
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Mike Ahrens 10h
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North2South Inverts Aug 2
Not going to lie this amazing Mantis is quickly becoming my favourite 🥰 Devils Flower Mantis 😍 - Idolomantis diabolica 🌸
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Carol Gordon 15h
Hang in there for another week with this Halloween Pennant.
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Vine House Farm Aug 8
In the space of a week, the sunflowers have come in to bloom. track the sun when young & when mature, they remain facing east, retaining warmth to attract pollinators
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iNaturalist Aug 8
A Baby Bull male climbs a Fringed Hare - it's our Observation of the Day! Seen in by jimbobo. More details at:
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Mom On Middle Aug 7
We have been spotting these black wasp like insects on bushes in my yard. Can anyone id them? They are quite prolific and fast.
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Leanne C 3h
Happy Sunday! I hope, like these bees, you found something good this weekend.
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Helen Pitel 11h
Globe artichoke flower is alive with bees diving in head first. Bumble bee covered in a dust of the pollen ..can you see it?
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Plantaholic Aug 7
I think this bee has had enough pollen! 😄 I'm planning to sow this Hibiscus Trionum next year - such a beauty - and the bees seem to enjou it too...🐝
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Kevin Ross Aug 4
Felt something buzz by my head while laying in the hammock. It landed in the nearby ornamental grasses. Upon closer inspection, a Praying Mantis that changed itself to a brown color. Can’t say I’ve ever seen one in brown. Cool stuff! BooYah!
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Maurits 19h
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ph1Lt0r 23h
Found a cool moth buddy.
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King County Parks 🌲 Aug 8
Do you know which this is? Hint: It produces bright edible . 🧡💛❤️ They also attract & can be planted alongside those you hope to protect from hungry . 🙅‍♂️🙅 Find these at your farmer's market!
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