Sunday, November 27, 2005
Monarch caterpillars in abundance!
This one has just shed its skin.
A milkweed bug is caught in the act of moulting.
More milkweed bugs suck the last bit of goodness out of a seed pod before the seeds fly away.
A ladybug larva eats a yellow aphid on a milkweed flower bud. On the bud stem to the left of the ladybug is another larva, possibly a lacewing.
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