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RE: bug ID

Sounds like a seasonal bug then.... so practice your digital photography
so next year we can see a larger pic :)


> I'm working on that, but they would be of the same dead bugs but with
> better camera lens.  I've not had these developed yet.  Last year I
> pics of live ones, but they weren't clear enough.  These little guys
> so
> fast that when you get close enough with a macro lens they just scurry
> of range.
> Anyway, I haven't seen them since the 2 I saw on that lily.  I was
> actually
> happy to find them on the deutzia because I could snip the whole stem
> and bag it.  Can't do that with the lily. Those 2 took off when I
> attempted
> to pinch them.
> Kitty

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