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Cactus Flower Bug #7158777 05/03/18 02:50 PM
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The yellow flowers on the cactus are beginning to bloom here in CenTex. I found this little feller wandering around inside one of them and got up close and personal to get his picture.


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Neat pic.....have any more of the "Yellow Rose of Texas"?


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Great pic, looks like some sort of ant even though I do not think it is?


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never seen those


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Originally Posted By: SnakeWrangler
Neat pic.....have any more of the "Yellow Rose of Texas"?


No, Snake Wrangler, but the season is young yet, and I may get some more before they fade. I do have a couple of stink bugs on a zinnia; will that suffice?? :-)


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First one Assassin Bug second Leaf footed plant bug....I think.

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The first one reminds me of blister bugs, but there are so many varieties I don't know for sure.


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I hate stink bugs..... barf


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