We found three in bloom and two smaller plants. We tagged them at the request of our botanist friends who want to try propagating them. We'll see. Here's the Tree Trail link.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
|The Dobson fly is the adult helgramite. The elongated jaws don't pack the punch of the larval jaws but they still aren't much fun as I found out. This male was almost 5 inches long.|
Both of these shots are from yesterday evening.
|Hummingbirds love these trumpet vines and fly right inside the flower to feed.|