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post #61 of 98 Old 06-12-2013, 08:37 PM
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We also have June bugs and cicadas. Thank the lord I have never gotten a June bug stuck in my hair cause the only way to get them put is to cut them out! I guard my head any time I hear one buzzing around.
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Funny how widespread critters can be, we have junebugs and cicadas as well, but I've not seen many of either yet this year.

We've had really bad grasshoppers though.
We've had a bad few years of grasshoppers but none yet. Thank goodness.

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Why do creepy bugs have to exist!
Ugh, I know! God's sense of humour? LOL

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We also have June bugs and cicadas. Thank the lord I have never gotten a June bug stuck in my hair cause the only way to get them put is to cut them out! I guard my head any time I hear one buzzing around.
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My sister got a bat stuck in her hair once. Man, was that a freak out!
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post #65 of 98 Old 06-12-2013, 08:40 PM
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Our June bugs come out in July and they are iridescent green, not brown. My mother told me when she was a little girl, they would catch them, tie a string around their back leg, and fly them around in circles, lol. Ours look like this.
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post #66 of 98 Old 06-12-2013, 08:40 PM
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Have a lot of these bad boys in my area.



They can get to be over an inch long and they move so fast!
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Have a lot of these bad boys in my area.



They can get to be over an inch long and they move so fast!
He's kinda cool looking!

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Our June bugs come out in July and they are iridescent green, not brown. My mother told me when she was a little girl, they would catch them, tie a string around their back leg, and fly them around in circles, lol. Ours look like this.
He is a really cool colour!
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post #69 of 98 Old 06-12-2013, 08:46 PM
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My sister got a bat stuck in her hair once. Man, was that a freak out!
Oh goodness, that must have been terrifying but I just DIED laughing. That is great!! Who even does that?!

This bad boy popped out of my dad's land in central Texas. We were picking up trailer skirting from an old tenant and he just unearthed himself. I kept wanting to take pictures and my mom was flipping out. Apparently when she was little, they would chase her!
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post #70 of 98 Old 06-12-2013, 08:49 PM
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Spiders chasing people? How fast are these spiders? Or rather how slow is your mom?
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