He is like an emerald! What is he? An aphid or some kind of destructive beetle? But it does make for a great picture!!
I love the purple coneflowers. We just discovered these on our crepe myrtle. I despise these things! lol
Great macro Rose, no we are never happy to see this particular pest are we?
...for many years we have had a lot of Japanese Beetles, but lately they have become few and far between.
Hello, I love the purple coneflowers. Ours are not blooming yet. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!
What a nice flower (and visitor). Good photo!
An excellent close up of the flower and the little visitor. Very high technical qualities.
Great photo of the purple echinacea. Interesting little visitor too.Have a good day!Robin
Oh coneflowers, am envious - am mesmerized by these, because of it's colors. It's like you want to say,"You gleaming bug - I caught you -not on my flowers!" Happy you took the jump to All Seasons - Welcome! You could see, everyone shares very different things:) Have a beautiful week Rose!
I'd rather see a bee. : )Love cone flowers and mine are starting to bloom now.
Wow--- A colorful bug! A wonderful picture.
Oh my, that is beautiful, Rose. It really is.~Sheri
yes the beetles are terribly destructive.
It is still a beautiful flower inspire of the invasion.
Visitor has beautiful colours :-)
Que maravilha, excelente trabalho.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
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