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Forum: Bug Us (help identifying bugs) 08-09-2012, 02:31 PM
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I'll have to tell that to my daughter! At 16,...

I'll have to tell that to my daughter! At 16, she is busily torturing her hair with dyes, bleaches, and other strange substances. She put some weird "alpha keratin" treatment on without reading the...
Forum: Bug Us (help identifying bugs) 07-14-2012, 08:59 PM
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Posted By turttle
I will have to super zoom in on all my bee photos...

I will have to super zoom in on all my bee photos from now on and see if their hairs are forked or plumose - I have never heard of plumose but assume it means something like feathery.
Forum: Bug Us (help identifying bugs) 07-09-2012, 05:13 PM
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Posted By turttle
Thanks again, suunto. Are you already back from...

Thanks again, suunto. Are you already back from spelunking?

I always thought that bees were hairy, but wasps were not. I guess there is an exception to every rule.

Just for fun, and to prove...
Forum: Bug Us (help identifying bugs) 07-08-2012, 01:25 PM
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Posted By turttle
bee or wasp?

This guy was big, you can tell size vs the echinacea bloom he/she is on. My first thought was wasp, but it is quite hairy, more like a bee. I spent some time on bugguide and Tom Murray's pages and...
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