Discussion in 'Varminter & Hunting Forum' started by hogpatrol, Sep 9, 2019.
We aren't the only ones out there hunting.
Lol....the praying mantis eats the bug and Kalama Harris eats the mantis so the food chain circle is complete.
Question is, who 's left to eat Kalama??
you a farmer?---soil probe?
Great photos. Thanks for sharing.
No and Yes.
Just laid in a load of lime.
yep im low pH here too--I would like to plant but too dry--drill wont penetrate with max wt. on machine. dry here.
Roger that, way too dry. For now, just going to lime a few grassy spots close to elevated stands for archery.
Cool photos of the stalk and the kill.
Looks like a good sized mantis. I've heard them called devil bugs because it hurts like hell when they bite, don't want to find out.
Cool picture. Know what makes these?
It's a Cicada Killer - nest photo is mine, the following image is credited to bugspray dot com.
He's been there, done that and probably won't ever get near it again!
Still waiting to see my first Praying Mantis of the year. Usually by now in September I've seen several already. None yet. There fascinating insects.
Sharks eat their own. One can only hope.
Praying Mantis is a remote member of the Cock Roach family.
As a kid, I had at least one every summer as a pet. They love ham.
Had an interesting discovery in my mailbox yesterday.
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