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Yellow — Photos from Park

Probably the most common spring flower, Butter Cup.  ( Poisonus, Ranunculas Family)

I’m not sure whether they got honey — anyhow, the insect (here winged Aphis) would come

= So, a green Spider is hiding and awaits them to come.

I thought, this Wasp came to Honey though, I found,  it was not Honey but after a Spider !

Inside of a pretty flower, there quite a bloody battle was going on. 

M m m ?   No comment needed.

End of the day, way back home — He would be a star player and she might become a top model ?  

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  1. Lemony (Gr)Egghead said, on June 5, 2012 at 19:21

    Nice series. Naturally, I was particularly taken with the battle of the spider and the wasp. 🙂

    • yoshizen said, on June 5, 2012 at 21:45

      In fact, the photo in the right, the wasp was eating a spider —– though,
      she eat it too quick = I missed the shot 😀
      ( And I’m not as patient as you to wait another chance = not all the
      Zen Buddhists are patient. Ha ha ha 😀 )

      • Lemony (Gr)Egghead said, on June 7, 2012 at 13:42

        Ha ha ha 😀 Too bad you missed the shot.

        By the way, my queen wasp has new friends (or are they minions, I don’t know)! I visited her yesterday, and she has three other wasps with her now. I took pictures, of course. No spider meals, though, that I noticed. I must have missed that shot, too. 😀

        • yoshizen said, on June 7, 2012 at 14:24

          They are all her hatched daughters. (Male or drown will
          hatch on the end of summer who looks a bit smaller and has no sting)
          Those wasps don’t eat larvae or worm by themselves but make it as meat-ball and feed to their babies.
          (Be careful, they would attack in numbers !)


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