Tuesday, May 24, 2011
On my way to work this morning, I stopped at a turnout I often visit and photographed dew drops on clover, and was about to move on when I spotted one blossom with a visitor. The visitor is probably a Longhorn Beetle, of the family Cerambycidae, but I'm not sure. If I hadn't been in such a rush, I would have taken out my hand lens and/or put the beetle in a jar until I could identify it. Click on the photo for a closer look. Let me know if you recognize the type. In any case, the clover was attractive, and I'll post some other photos from this stop later on.