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It had a few good flights yesterday, when it reached the 60's where I live, but today started at 31, so it's sulking at the moment.....! Thanks, Rosie! :-)))
This is the prettiest fly in the collection. All decked out for Easter last weekend and just waiting for some sunshine to show it's beautiful wings. This one is going to shine in the land of sunshine and warmth and "NO SNOW". Thanks, Rosie
Thanks, Mandy and whatnauts--that's 2 you've called tonight (the color blindness test was the other)--it really does look like a molecule, but of what I haven't a clue...!
This Hexagonerfly is displaying some molecules of some kind - but I guess it needs a scientist to interpret them :))
Fun and frivolous fly, thanks Pat :~)
I appreciate your handling it with such care, PJ, and for savoring every bit of it--thank you for your thoughtfulness. LOL! :-)))
Pat - I so enjoyed the 'gonerfly' - and took care to enjoy every piece of the solving (ere it was gone...). Thanks for a good time :-)PJ
LOL! Very true, Edie!Thanks, Barb, Ardy, and Edie--no sad faces or staring eyes in this one, thank goodness! :-)))
Good thing Ardy took note of it quickly. Being of the 'gonerfly' variety it might not be here for long. Thanks Pat, so much fun to solve.
One hexagonerfly has been added to your list, Pat. Another very pretty fly that I would not mind having around. Thank you for cultivating all these unusual species.
Lovely, bright addition to the fly family, Pat. Actually it looks like a very pretty butterfly. :-)