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Ambush bugs are scary-looking little predators. Their stocky bodies are heavily armored up front, and they have very thick raptorial forelegs like those of praying mantises. I usually only spot ambush bugs when I’m photographing something else such as flowers … Continue reading
Forests are not the only habitats that have beautiful leaves in autumn. Here are two photos of a common prairie plant, wild bergamot (aka beebalm or Monarda fistulosa). Both photos were taken yesterday in a small restored prairie. . As … Continue reading