Oh my gosh! I never saw anything like this. I cannot believe you got this CLOSE!!! And you weren't even shaking! They look SO scary and dangerous! I hope I never see a real one. Your pictures are perfect, though.
...he sure is determined.
Wow Rose, great photos!
Hello Rose, amazing closeups. Neat capture of the insect and it's meal. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and the week ahead.
Hello Rose!:) Fantastic captures!:) The bee is so strong to drag a cicada which is twice it's size.
i will google it ... never heard of a beewolf ... sounds like not a nice critter. neat for pics but looks wild up close. ha. ha!! ( ;
Wonderful photos and so interesting to see. What a busy little fellow!
very intersting,awesome photos... we have them here and they are called cicada killers, google that and you will find them. the first one we ever saw was 2 inches long, bob killed it and we took it to the county to find out what it was, he said he did not know but looked it up. now they are every where and that stinger hurts. bob has been stung twice and once was on his tongue, it was sitting on a sandwich and he was looking at me while eating, we eat out by the pool sometimes..
All I can say is "WOW"!!!!wow
These are very interesting pictures. Nature is tough and rough with insect eat insect.
The Cicada killer name fits this insect. I wouldn't want to go too near to it.
Oh my gosh, this is so interesting. I didn't know what the cicada was, and then Nel just mentioned it on her post today. She sees them in her back yard in Georgia. These are awesome pictures, Rose.~Sheri
Whatever this insect is called,I would call it determined. Great pictures.
Wow what a fantastic series of pictures!! I'm impressed!
Quite an interesting attack to witness!
Amazing photos!!!Our visiting Min Pin is a killer too. Unfortunately it was swallowed before I could retrieve.xx, Carol
WOW. Nature is scary. Very good shots.
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