Funny I found this "nursery web" spider protecting it's babies in the egg sack!
My first reaction: "What on earth is this crazy Willy Wonka fuzzy ball growing from a thin branch on an oak tree I don't understand how this can be real and also WHAT IS IT"
These bees all seem to emerge on a warm day, right next to my driveway, buzzing about like crazy. Thankfully they are not aggressive!
Not to be confused with the female dark version of the Tiger Swallowtail... but they are very very similar looking!
These butterflies like to have their orgy parties on the gravel roads around here.
I'm actually a wasp! But can I kill a cow?
Let me tell you about the night I thought I was visited by aliens.
This spider eats her web every night and makes a new one in the morning... (!)
It was the Tiger Bee Fly's idea to post on my Honey Bee Suit (and this is actually a fly, not a bee, but don't tell them that).
The eyespots on the grown moth's hind wings give it its name Polyphemus, which is from the Greek myth of the cyclops.