Late Season Insects

October in Iowa is beautiful.  Just the time of year when you should be outside in the wet grass taking pictures.  But this year I have been tied up with other obligations.  I have been able to see the magnificent colors and some of the insect life, but not when I had time and a camera.

Yesterday I was able to sneak in a few minutes for myself.



This is a clouded sulfur, Colias philodice.


This small fly is Toxomerus marginatus. 

And the grass was still wet with dew when I took those pictures.  I love it.


About the roused bear

Nature photographer from central Iowa.
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