Sunday, June 30, 2013

Guineas love mustard greens

And it's Mrs. Davis down the backstretch, with Connie close behind. It's Mrs. Davis. It's Mrs. Davis across the finish line!

The three faces of Connie.

And since when do grasshoppers have horns? This guy is all flat as if he were made of origami. Weird. I've never seen anything like him, and I was a childhood bugologist. I found him on a wooden stool in the garden, shot his photo, and fed him to the guineas. It's OK – he's not rare, and he was in my garden!

It's a long-headed toothpick grasshopper (Achurum Carinatum). See bug net link.

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