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This sunday visitors

Posted by sambac z10fl (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 22, 13 at 20:10

BST?
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Monarch, run out of milkweed space, checking out roses
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If these are eggs, every stem is loaded with them, milkweed shortage alert!
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Non Butterfly:
Blue dragon
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black winged dragon
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Have a great week everyone!!


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RE: This sunday visitors

Those are aphids on your milkweed are not eggs. If you look close at them you will see they have legs and move.


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Thank you for pointing that out, the white ones I agree, I have never seen yellow aphids. I usually use soap and water and hose them away. But want to be sure if those yellow material are eggs or not eggs??


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They're aphids, blast away.


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Nice shots.The first pic is of a Long tailed skipper, not a BST.

Nicholas


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Thank you folks!


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Pretty pics! I love walking my yard to see what's new!


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aphids!!!! I usually hose them down, and drown them with soapy water. beautiful, beautiful blue dragonfly!! I have never seen anything like that before!


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I have so much to thank you all. Aphids blasted away. I m so used to seeing whites ones on the orchids, I least suspected these.
Can't imagine the these butterflies have to defy all odds to make a living!! Thanks for help!!


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