Some time before setting here, spotted white on hydrangea, this red-headed
inchworm moth (macaria bisignata) was a green caterpillar somewhere feeding on pine.

 

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Just where expected — the red milkweed beetle.                            (Tetraopes tetrophthalmus)

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daylight          reminder          of our date tonight

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Wu-men’s words meet Little Crum Creek — what then?

This is the best season of your life.”

This is the season…

This is…

This

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*Quoted verse from Wu-men Huikai, “[Ten thousand flowers in spring]”.

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unveiled suddenly under leaves scurries
a subgothic dart moth (Feltia subgothica)

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Blending life into our bend of steps where autumn falls —
a large maple spanworm moth (Prochoerodes lineola).

 

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How often, so easily, might we overlook you, leaf-like little planthopper.

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