REWIND: Insects in the Teaching Garden

I have fallen behind due to the continuing delays to launch USSF-12. While waiting, here are some insects in the UF-IFAS Teaching Garden from September 2015.

A variety of insects were enjoying the sunny morning in the Teaching Garden of the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) research center in Ft. Pierce, Florida.
Hawaiian Stripe Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris vittata)
Dragonfly basking in the Sun.
Bees everywhere attracted to the myriad flowers.
White Peacock butterfly (Anartia jatrophae)
A knife-edge view of the White Peacock butterfly.
A hasty shot resulting in a rather blurry White Peacock depositing a little orange egg on a leaf.

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