June 15, 2011

That Picture I Promised & a Favor in Return?

White-lined Sphinx Moth (Hyles lineata) on Evening Primrose (Oenothera spp.)
The long tongue of the Sphinx Moth is designed for the Evening Primrose. The deep tubular nectary holds high-calorie food, and the white flowers are easy to see in the evening, when they come out to eat.

Work's been a bit distracting lately, but I'm working on the update on the DeLaney Farm Apiary. Saturday morning at the farm was quite interesting, especially as we got to look into 4 top bar hives. Stay tuned...

Meanwhile, can you do me a favor? Do you see a +1 just below? If you do, can you click on it for me? I'm wondering what it does. THX!

1 comments:

Bob Nelson said...

Holly - the +1 link appears to be a Goodle driven thing where you can create a public profile to recommend things easily. Here's what it says when I clicked on it:

+1 is an easy way to recommend things to the world
Your profile and +1's appear publicly in search, on ads, and across the web.

Awesome pic, BTW!

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