A Fight?

The temperature was so nice. But if I had not made it back to the car I would have been a wet rat. LOL. However I think it was less than a tenth of inch.

So I waited about 20 minutes for it to stop.
Last week Jeanne had recorded 5 nestling ready to leave. Yep gone!
Stopping at the Croton, another grasshopper, a Spur-throated Grasshoppers (Melanoplinae).
A green wet Spur-throated Grasshopper (Melanoplinae) nymph!

A quick look at the Buffalo Bur (Solanum rostratum) revealed that someone had nibbled the flower!

Last week the nest had been finished. This week three pretty blue eggs!
Besides checking of the Crotons, I also checked the milkweeds.
No cats just scat!
So it wasn’t until I checked the photo that I could see three of them. I thought two looked like they had been in a fight?

Now on to check more boxes…

Genomic Innovation in the Arctic: How Mycena Mushrooms Adapt and Thrive

How the death of the dinosaurs allowed grapes to flourish

Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know


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