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John, this was fun to watch! You really had to chase that little stick to get him in view again. Truly neat!!!
Jan, it looked like I was upside down for a while. I had to keep my balance not to fall!
That's a remarkable looking insect!
I know Lon. It's a magical insect!Thanks for your comment and for joining my blog!
those creep me out
They seem to be from another planet!
I love this little guy. Graceful and long. I enjoyed your video. You made it so nicely. Can you imagine I don't know how to make videos and you made such a great and clear video!
Some cameras have a button for video. If you use it you can download it to you computer just like a regular photo. Then you can upload it using the button to the right of the "insert image" button called "insert video".Thank you for your nice comment Kaya.
Hello John!Good Post, very interesting!Greatings my Friend!
It's always a pleasure to hear from you Adriano.Enjoy the week!~John
As a lonely child in Wales during the 70sI had loads of these little fellas
I don't remember seeing them in Brooklyn but now in Virginia I see one now and then. Great fun!
It is a most interesting insect. I have never seen one, Canada must be too cold for them. Thank you for showing them.
When I lived in Brooklyn I almost never saw one.But now in Virginia I see them several times a year.I bet the temperature does have something to do with it.Thanks for your comment Alain.
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