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English Robin. They liked to come around whenever we were gardening, hoping we'd turn up some bugs or worms for them.

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from The Telegraph

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A blue damselfly, THESE ARE MATURE "ANT LIONS"..I HAVEN'T SEEN ANY AROUND NC IN YEARS..SOMEONE IN TEXAS AS SEEN THEM ALSO

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from Mail Online

So, you think you're having a bad hair day? Meet the inch-long 'Cow Killer Ant' with a Boris Johnson barnet

This "Cow Killer Ant" can floor its victims with just one vicious sting. Despite its name the inch-long beast, known formally as the Thistledown Velvet Ant, is actually a wingless female wasp.

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Curculio glandium is a species of weevil known as the acorn weevil. Its most striking feature is its elongated snout, known as a 'rostrum', which is longer in females than males. Adults have a brownish and patterned body.

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I like the shape of this butterfly, this will help my final piece by creating insects that are a part of nature.

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Site has suggestions for plants/flowers that will attract and provide food for bees in all 4 seasons (click photo)... nice - and informative Journal article, click link here - http://www.jstor.org/stable/2455613?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents. More

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from The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome

Photographer Kaylee Greer Had a dream About Taking Pictures Of Dogs , The Results Amazed Us Completely

OMG! This tulip patch is like a freaking maze! I can't find my way OUT! Mommmmmmy!!!

from Mail Online

Hide 'n' peek! The damselfly who thought he was hidden... but was given away by his bug eyes

Peek-a-bug: This little Damselfly was caught hiding behind a blade of grass in Fordwich Lakes, near Kent

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