Tuesday, October 03, 2006

It's June Bug! . . . . . . . . . . . . No, It's Red October Bug




Billy found this one in a picture of his Dad's patented 4th of July Roses.

If you have any idea what they are, please tell us.

I only hope they don't eat big holes in those pretty buds.

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Note: Billy said: "This rose bud is [named] the 4th of July. I am not sure what the bugs are but it's a neat picture."

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Britmum said...
I would absolutely die a million trillion deaths if I ever so much as saw one of those bugs near me. That is so so so gross. I have the worst case of goosebumps ever and I will be checking my bed before I get in it tonight.

Cheers Mate xx

Sat Oct 28, 01:11:18 AM CDT


LittleJen said...
wow they are neat photos have no idea what sort of bug they are

Sat Oct 28, 01:29:50 AM CDT


happy and blue 2 said...
The photos are great. The bugs are yuck..

Sat Oct 28, 08:15:50 AM CDT


Rhodent said...
Creepy looking bugs! Try asking Rurality... she is a nature guru living in Alabama... link is on my blog under favorits.

Sat Oct 28, 09:18:30 AM CDT


Seeker said...
Sorry, no idea. But they're very colorful. I guess you're on a "hunt for red october" (bugs). har dee har har

Sat Oct 28, 03:27:00 PM CDT


Rachel said...
Ugly looking little things aren't they? I looked and the closest thing I saw to them was called Assassin bugs and they eat other bugs. But not sure if that is what these are or not.

http://ontariowanderer.blogspot.com/

The Ontario Wanderer might know.

Just keep them in TX please!!
 
This website has bugs that look the same to me and they indicate that they are early-instar leaf-footed bug (family Coreidae) nymphs:

http://beetlesinthebush.wordpress.com/2012/02/26/to-the-land-of-gauchos/
 
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