Saturday, July 30, 2005


Originally uploaded by tardigrade.
A enclave of C.h.hemorrhagica has developed in an area that had none that I could find in 2003. There are probably over a hundred in an area of 1 meter by 18 meters. They are sharing this space with about 50 sand wasps (Bembix comata). These tigers like to go to the water's edge and catch the little bugs and flies that run near on the muddy salty water.

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