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The final chapter - Leptoglossus phyllopus

The final chapter - Leptoglossus phyllopus
Venice, Sarasota County, Florida, USA
April 5, 2006
All grown up and ready to leave the nest.

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Unknown insects - Leptoglossus phyllopus Nymphs different sizes - Leptoglossus phyllopus Nymphs growing up - Leptoglossus phyllopus Growing Up Bug - Leptoglossus phyllopus The final chapter - Leptoglossus phyllopus

Thank you all
for your wonderful comments.
Carla Finley
Venice, FL
http://community.webshots.com/user/CarlaFinley

Great series
What a great developmental series! Hope you'll do another.

--Stephen

Stephen Cresswell
Buckhannon, WV
www.stephencresswell.com

 
Thank you Stephen
I hope I can find something else to do this with also.
Carla Finley
Venice, FL
http://community.webshots.com/user/CarlaFinley

...
Looks like Leptoglossus phyllopus

-Sean McCann


triatoma.blogspot.com

 
Yes,
thanks Sean, I had that figured out on the third photo. Just wanted to watch them til they grew up.
Carla Finley
Venice, FL
http://community.webshots.com/user/CarlaFinley

 
Moving
Moving from the Coreidae page to the Leptoglossus phyllopus page. This is too good for someone researching L. phyllopus to miss.

--Stephen

Stephen Cresswell
Buckhannon, WV
www.stephencresswell.com

 
Awwww
I'm blushing. Thank you Stephen.
Carla Finley
Venice, FL
http://community.webshots.com/user/CarlaFinley

 
Top Notch!
I agree, what great patience and diligence, Carla:-) Seems like only yesterday you posted the hatchlings, though. How time flies!

 
Thank you Eric
yes, time flies way too fast when you're having fun.
Carla Finley
Venice, FL
http://community.webshots.com/user/CarlaFinley

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