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I think we must have been posting comments at the same time Monica - & then I switched off for the evening! So sorry - it wasn't intentional. I'm the same as you about bugs - I'm just fascinated by the minute detail that's revealed in macro shots. Hope you have a nice Easter - & give the cats a pat for me :)))Oh Gene - no way :))) They're all part of life!!
You missed my comment Rob, don't you like me anymore? :( L.O.L.
Thanks warbler! Teacher? That's a first!!! :))Indeed pg!!Thanks islandflyer.I'm not too sure fodus. I've seen them boiling the cocoons & pulling the silk thread in Vietnam & Thailand & it's a very tedious process.
Wow, he's just beautiful Rob, up until I started putting your puzzles together, I thought all bugs were ugly! But now after seeing all of these wonderful pics of bugs I know that not to be true, there are many, many bugs out there that are truly beautiful and some very interesting looking ones too!
I wonder how they figured this one could make silk?
Wow, Intriguing photo.
Oh what a tangled web we weave........
"Where's my silk?? Somebody took all my silk!!! AGAIN!!!" I didn't know they looked like this. Another visual biology lesson from Robyn. Thanks Teacher.
Fascinating looking bug. Thanks for posting.
Another fuzzy one. Thanks robryan.
He does a bit Laura - thanks.
What a face! He looks like an owl.
LOL1 Thanks aggie!Yeah - I know lyndee - he's still a bug :)))
He's really very different looking than most moths. I don't really know how I feel about him.
He has a bit of a devilish face - great pics tonite, thanks Rob.