Saturday, October 28, 2006

June Bug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No, It's a Red October Bug



Billy found this one in a picture of his Dad's patented 4th of July Roses.


If you have any idea what they are, please tell us.


I only hope they don't eat big holes in those pretty buds.


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Note: Billy said: "This rose bud is [named] the 4th of July. I am not sure what the bugs are but it's a neat picture."

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I would absolutely die a million trillion deaths if I ever so much as saw one of those bugs near me. That is so so so gross. I have the worst case of goosebumps ever and I will be checking my bed before I get in it tonight.

Cheers Mate xx
 
wow they are neat photos have no idea what sort of bug they are
 
The photos are great. The bugs are yuck..
 
Creepy looking bugs! Try asking Rurality... she is a nature guru living in Alabama... link is on my blog under favorits.
 
Sorry, no idea. But they're very colorful. I guess you're on a "hunt for red october" (bugs). har dee har har
 
Ugly looking little things aren't they? I looked and the closest thing I saw to them was called Assassin bugs and they eat other bugs. But not sure if that is what these are or not.

http://ontariowanderer.blogspot.com/

The Ontario Wanderer might know.

Just keep them in TX please!!
 

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