How the world looks through the eyes of a certain Tiger beetle.
Monday, August 29, 2005
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Dancing about the upper marsh is a fly - an Otitidae fly that lays its eggs in the burrows... Whose burrows? Well, there are Halicitidae bees and Cicindela beetles....
It struts and flips its wings, it scurries sideways and drops out of sight into a hole of .... which insect? perhaps both????
Can you find the fly with the pointed face?
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