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Awesome photos, everybody! Here is a shot of a honey bee (apis mellifera) enjoying a meal of nectar from the pansies in my garden.
Here is a picture I took of a female gypsy moth (lymantria dispar) yesterday, and she was apparently planning to lay eggs on my morning glory leaves.
By the way, SamPhilly, that beetle is referred...
Here's a picture I took a few days ago of my mother's rose.
I found this Silver-spotted skipper (Epargyreus clarus) in my million bells a few days ago.
That is a red-banded leafhopper (Graphocephala coccinea). They tend to be very small, about .47 cm. So you must have had to get very close in order to get a shot like that, Bald Eagle. Actually, I...
This is a closeup photo that I took from a strawberry plant one day of a bold jumping spider, phidippus audax, that was attacking a japanese beetle, popillia japonica.