Date: 9/9/20 10:11 am From: Gonzalez, Mark A <dmarc-noreply...> (Redacted sender mgonzale for DMARC) Subject: [obol] Re: [EXTERNAL] Re: [COBOL] Page Springs Plumbeous Vireo
Thanks David for the info. And your impromptu biology lesson on Dobson fly only underscores just one of the reasons I enjoy birding/hiking/nature-izing with you.
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Great photos indeed! However Dr. G, that is a Dobson Fly in its beak, the larval stage of which is an ant lion. They are in a totally different order of insects, Neuroptera meaning nerve-winged which includes the beneficial lacewings. You better order that field guide I emailed about yesterday! Enjoy,