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RE: id help please

Interesting Daryl... I was thinking of taking the nest to the greenhouse
in the attempt of starting an eco system to combat the bugs. Guessing it
is a good thing I never got a chance to do that :)

So far, the nest is the same... no signs of hatching yet. We have had
some great weather for the last few days, but claim it is going to snow
by Saturday.... bummer, I was getting used to this spring weather.


> They were everywhere. On the fans, on me, on the benches, on the
> When
> they got hungry, the nearest sib was lunch. They're sight hunters, as
> probably know. That means they left the yummy aphids and such to chow
> on their relatives. Sigh.
> D

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