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RE: bug id

Can you step back and zoom in Kitty.... I always mistakenly get that
lens too close to the object and then distort the picture... I have to
learn not to get so close...

Just a thought-- where is Dakota or Chris.... they might be able to help


> I found several more today on a variegated dogwood bush. Up close
> and
> alive, they do have the markings shown in my pics but they seem to
> themselves into a helmet shape.
> Thanks for trying, though.  I'll keep looking, but I just can't get a
> decent
> photo of them with my camera.
> Kitty

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