Post Format Territorial Dispute Haiku April 18, 2018 25 comments Not enough room here on this leaf for both of us. Guess you have to leave! Crane Fly… Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2018 Share this:ShareTwitterFacebookEmailPinterestRedditLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
Absolutely delightful: image and words, both.
Thanks much, S.A.! 🙂
Eeep! That’s quite a close up! 🙂
Fun haiku 🙂
They occur worldwide, so you probably have them too, Scifi! Beware! Actually, the adult form pictured usually do not eat, except for possible occasional consumption of pollen or nectar. 🙂
Well, thank you, Jim! 🙂
Look at those eyes!!
Yes! And like what was mentioned to Scifi, the adult forms usually don’t eat, except for possible occasional pollen or nectar. 🙂
Amazing picture Tom! 🙂
Thank you Marcela! I think he was looking at me too! 🙂
Beautiful markings on that bug. Thanks for making us look at them from a different perspective!
Thank you, S.B.! I’ve been looking at bugs up close ever since i was a little kid! 🙂
I like them too but looking at them through a microscope in entomology class was not as fun as seeing them in nature. 🙂
Fun haiku, Tom and another fantastic close up shot!
Thank you, Sandy! We had fun doing it! 🙂
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Many thanks for the ReBlog! 🙂
Most welcome Tom!
Pushy pushy … look at those long and slender legs. You could nickname this bug “Betty Grable”.
They occur worldwide.
hehe, that’s what I always think when I go to town, too. Regards Mitza
You nail it every time…cool!