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May 31, 2007

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Thank you for the excellent photos and the lessons of the world of the garden. Great!

"Who's the most beautiful boy kitty in the world?"

I think we all know... ;)


Didn't think I recognized that moth, and the map shows that they are not native to Florida. I'll be happy to trade you some of these hummingbird sized mosquitoes for some, though...

Pam: According to one of my references, the species "flies from Mexico north through most of the United States, but it is rare in the Gulf States. Massachusettes is the specimen type locality." Even so, it's the first one I've ever seen in these parts.

http://www.silkmoths.bizland.com/schersis.htm

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