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Nest of some sort of leaf cutter bee. Grand Junction, Colorado.
Discovered underneath a large wooden barrel-style flower pot in our front yard in Grand Junction, Colorado on June 20th, 2013.
Zach and I found that very interesting. He says it is cool.
Keep us posted if you discover the bee that made it.
Really liked the video.
Zach (age 6 almost) says it's cool you have a pet tarantula.
Hey that is wild! I have found several of these things all over our garden in a time of 6 years in Thailand. I thought they were made of bananaleaves and they had some caterpillars in it. They looked like cigars. Never did I unpeel them (I wish I had as I now don't live there anymore ) Very interesting!
very interesting !
Thanks for the video too!
Wow! Interesting find Skunkroot.
Looks like mummy caterpillars! Great found!
Actually, we did find larvae in several of the pollen pods. Not sure what happened to the video of those though.
Lovely, what a find!! Skunkroot. Hope you get an ID on these most interesting nest, food storage!?
Thanks Ava T-B, I really enjoyed reading that article!
Something similar from England: http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/gloucestersh...
Your video is so informative!
Spotted on Jul 13, 2013
Submitted on Jul 13, 2013
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