I made this video today to try to help anyone wondering what this white stuff is on their hostas. Don’t worry, they are harmless plant hoppers. 🙂
Yes, apparently I will take a photograph of a fly.
Particularly if it is blue and sparkles.
I don’t know what type of spider this is, but I frequently see them on Daffodils.
This is fairly common around here. It is the Eastern Tent Caterpillar (Malacosoma Americanum).
They live in nests like these in trees:
Click here for a link to a Wikipedia article on them if you would like to learn more.
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To avoid any possible confusion, please do not think that the “official” name of this type of spider is “woolly spider”. It’s not. Or it could be for all I know. LOL That’s just what I call them, “woolly little jumping spiders”.
I am not fond of spiders, but …. if I find one interesting while out with my camera, I will sometimes take it’s photo. This little fella kept sitting on the side of our gutter, defying gravity, and hopping back and forth until finally I gave in and photographed him. If you are squeamish like me in regards to spiders, I apologize in advance.
This little guy (or gal) was about the size of a dime. Notice it’s creepy little spider shadow. eeewww
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