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Old 08-20-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Praying Manthis video...


This was just shot.
A welcomed critter spotted this morning...

Haven't seen one in years. It's a great spot for him
to hang out; lots of visiting insects love lotus.

The lotus bud is 4 1/2" long, It's going to flower
today.

Here he is, "The head of insect control"
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:48 AM   #2
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Great shot. If they are happy in your garden you can buy more.

Hope the things eat ticks as I have read Lyme Disease is rampant this season. The two people I know that got the sickest and needed IVs to the heart and all that got bitten somewhere on Long Island.

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Thanks Steven, we did that one year with ladybugs. Bought a container
of them; released them at night, and then they disappeared.

Also, one time years ago we found a praying Mantis nest in our yard.
We hatched them in a jar...there were hundreds of them. After the
release, they disappeared as well. oh well.
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jarred up some eggs one 2000 fall,and they were all over the place by the end of 2001 here in Lindenhurst.caught eggs on branch now and then,but they make my day when I see one out of the corner of my eye when gardening...and stare me down...saw this guy on the mailbox couple of years ago...

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Beautiful shot of lotus bud.
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Thanks Alexjoe.
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That's beautiful,

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