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Bradford Pear Death
Posted By: Fl_Gulfer, 12-30-2007, 08:23 PM

Some shots of the tree in my front yard I took today I just thought you'all might like. They were all taken with the Tamron 18-250 Di II close up.

Misquito Hawk on this leave [close spelling I guess] we call em Skeeter Hawks in the south.

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12-30-2007, 08:35 PM   #2
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Wonderfull fall colors ! I realy like these shots - it'll be several months before any 'skeeters come back to my neck of the woods/
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Nice fall colours!

Mosquito Hawk is another name for a 'Crane Fly'. They are not mosquitoes as they do not possess similar sucking mouth parts. Neither do they kill or eat mosquitoes. They are harmless in that respect.

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