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Miles M. Buddy (native) - male

Miles M. Buddy (native) - Male
Bent Creek, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA
August 6, 2012

Hey Miles, I have loved insects just as much as you
I don't exactley remember when I started liking insects, I think I was about 7 years old, but I was just like you, hunting insects in a vacant orange grove in the College Park area of Orlando. I really miss all the insects that I used to find when I was little.

HI!
Nice to meet you. I started on Bugguide when I was eleven, too. Now I'm twelve.

go Buddy!
i'm afraid you'll know your bugs better by the age of 16 than the rest of us ever would -- do not stop!

Great to meet you!
Keep up the great work. Bug study can be a great occupation or a great hobby or both!

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