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What is this?

Posted by mkpearse 6 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 27, 14 at 11:15

They are everywhere pretty much and I don't know what they are. Anybody?


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RE: What is this?

The longish round guys with many legs are millipedes.

They're cleaning up the carcass of the critter that previously used the large wings.


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RE: What is this?

I think those winglike things are maple tree seeds. But they may be cleaning up my sunflowers! Should I worry about them or are they ok to have in the garden?


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RE: What is this?

OK< I'll go for maple seed things.

Are they a problem?
Well, do you want help from cleaner-uppers of dead stuff or not?


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RE: What is this?

Millipedes dine on decaying vegetative waste while centipedes dine on other insects. The seed cases from a Maple would be a choice morsel for millipedes to munch on.


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