Same flower… 10 different perspectives 1. 2- 3- 4- 5- 6- 7- 8- 9- 10- Nikon D850 AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm F2.8G ED
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
I was fooled! These are not bumblebees! They are hover-fly bumblebee look-a-likes. This post will be updated with a companion post that is in progress…
Raspberries in the making. One more month, and this is what we hope to begin picking… Thank you, Honey Bees!