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Casey's Lady Beetles

Hippodamia caseyi


Clustered in a few small groups around a trail on top of Mt. Howard, in the Wallowa Mts. We thought it was odd that they didn't seem to have much cover, and were in a colder area.

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misako 12 years ago

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Dangermouse 12 years ago

Maybe they were having a lazy day...or enjoying the view? It really is great to see so many clustered together, though.

KennethCox 12 years ago

That was my guess, DM, but they only had to go down a bit and it would be much warmer.

Dangermouse 12 years ago

Now that's what you call a cluster! Maybe they were emulating penguins and sticking together for warmth! :) Great shots!

ekremturkarslan 12 years ago

So sweet

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Oregon, USA

Spotted on Jun 12, 2011
Submitted on Jun 26, 2011

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