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    I signed off too soon. Charlie, I think those...

    I signed off too soon. Charlie, I think those are ladybird moths, which you are referring to. We still have them in the pacific n.w., but not as plentiful. They have been spraying too heavily for...
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    Well, it certainly looks like him, yes, from what...

    Well, it certainly looks like him, yes, from what I remember. I am 98% certain that is him. BUT, how dissappointing to find out he is classified as a fly. There is no know social instincts to this...
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    I appreciate your kind response, but no it is not...

    I appreciate your kind response, but no it is not the Calliope Hummingbird (which is much larger compared to this fellow.) Nor, is it a Hummingbird Moth. It is definately a little bee.

    This...
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    I have a little bee visiting my yard this year. ...

    I have a little bee visiting my yard this year. He looks like a hummingbird (about 1/3 to 1/2 inch in size, a long little straw like a hummingbird beak to probe flowers and he flys similar to a...
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