Name this critter!

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Kale

Guest
#1
Was wondering if anyone was interested in playing a Critter Game.The poster can either post their pic with no information except for where they found it and time of year; or if you don't have a pic, you have to give a few hints on the critter, any fact you may know about it.
To prove your naming is correct you can then post a link to where the pic is after a few guesses.

The winner then posts their question or picture.

Hope all Gardening Posters are interested...Butterflies are included.


Here is my 1st one. Found on a rose in September.

Any questions?

Kale
 
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K

Kale

Guest
#3
Thanks for visiting and as far as your guess, may I say No, try again.

Need a bigger pic?

Kale:)
 
K

Kale

Guest
#7
Been looking for a another shot ...been searchin....
Hang in there I will find one....eventually...

Kale:)
 
K

Kale

Guest
#8
I found another OH my! too many pics! *LOL
Here you go if this one doesn't tell you I'll have to find a bumble bee pic for you.:D

Kale:)
 
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#9
Is it a carpenter bee? I had a nest in one of my deck floor boards last year and we had to replace it. Boy do they really decimate it.:(
 
K

Kale

Guest
#10
Correct!
Post a critter Sashweezy!
I love to guess:D:D




A Bumble Bee
A Bumble bee with another bee...or is it?



Kale:)
 
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K

Kale

Guest
#12
looks like the tail of a skunk or cat*LOL

Come on' you have to have a pic of a critter!!


Do you know who is flying next to the bumble bee in the left picture?

Kale:)
 
#17
Well I'll be darned...

......even with a degree in Biology, I never knew that carpenter bees collected nectar and pollen! :eek: Just proves once again that one is never too old to learn something new!:D BTW, your photography is great!! :cool::cool::cool:
 

Dale

Super Moderator
Staff member
#20
Yes it's hard to believe, but carpenter bee's re beneficial. To be so destructive boring into wood they do a lot of good, pollinating flowers and vegetables just like other bees.
 


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