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The suds were interesting. And yes, I did some work today. LOL



Great Golden Digger Wasp (Sphex ichneumoneus) managed to get wet so it was cooperative for a closeup.

side view




Beet Webworm moth (Spoladea recurvalis) dining on Frostweed (Verbesina virginica).





 There are tons of Millipede (Diplopoda) species world wide. This one may be in the indigenous North American family Parajulidae. They occur in all lower 48 states, Mexico and Guatemala.

It may even be Uroblaniulus carolinensis, but don't bet the farm on it.  So it is best to just say millipede :-)




Hope y'all enjoyed the beautiful day!







 

2 comments:

Claire said...

Neat video of millipede legs in water surface tension

Mary said...

I learned while reading about them, that they have spiracles as well. So tread water or drown.