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Re: id help please


Jim's right...your second one is most definitely a praying mantis
case..just leave it be.  As soon as it warms up the little mantis
babies will come out and start eating each other:-)  

Your bird is a mourning dove...looks like you'll have a hanging dove
basket this year; not plants:-)  

And, I agree...think we need some sort of auto-notice along about
Jan. 1 to tell all of us winter-desk bound types to start doing push
ups....my old bod has been protesting all week from last weekend's
pruning and I'm about to pass out from this weekend's
pruning...Lordy, why did I want all those clipped hedges?  I know
there was a reason at some time or another....

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Donna  <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Hello All,
>  I spent the day outdoors as it finally has become spring here. I
have a
> few 'things' I would like to id. It appears that something is going
to
> hatch, just not sure what. I have set up a web page so everyone can
see
> what I am talking about. I have two different somethings :) The
question
> is, do I let them hatch or destroy them now.
> 
> http://illianagardenpond.org/spring2003.htm
> 
> Any help is appreciated.:)
> 
> Donna
> P.S. I want everyone to remind me to start working out about Jan
next
> year- my muscles (or lack of) are screaming after a day of pulling
and
> pruning and just gardening in general! 

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