August 2018… In flight, I thought this was the largest bumble bee I’d ever seen. However, when “they” landed in the garden, what a surprise.
The Wooly Bear certainly must have more hairs on its body than any other caterpillar. I wonder if having such dense hair allows this species
Gerridae | If water striders have the unique ability to walk on water because hydrophobic microhairs cover this insect’s body to repel water… Could that
I admire people who have a wealth of knowledge and are generous in the way they share it with others. Jim Johnson is one of
Creepy or not? Sometimes what seems creepy might not be… Take a moment to think about this fellow- the Leafhopper Assassin Bug (Zelus renardii)… Although it looks pretty
Western Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly~ Tiger-striped wings: viewed half from above; half below. Body: adorned with half yellow stripes; half black stripes. These beautiful butterflies fly