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Old 09-22-2007, 02:40 AM   #1
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Hey, just wanted to share something new.

Hey guys,

I was walking up to my house tonight and a sphinx month landed on me and he crawed onto my finger and I managed to take some pictures of it. So I decided to post them and show them to you guys. Sphinx month are very neat months, they are kind of like a humming bird but in a version of a month. But any who, sorry for the crappy picture quality. The only camera I had near me was my cellphone. lol


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Old 09-22-2007, 10:41 AM   #2
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Awesome... I give you "props" for letting a bug touch you! I would have screamed like a woman!

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Old 09-22-2007, 02:16 PM   #3
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Cool, it looks a bit like a miniature hang-glider to me...

Personally I have had a few Cinnibar moths land on my hands, now they're cool moths, all black with red patches, actually, I'll stick a pic of one on my hand up...

Other moths I'm not to keen on, especially when they try to land on my face.... 8O
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Oh boy Sicklid, When I lived down there I was only worried about Palmetto Bugs and the other nasty bugs landing on me. I almost soiled myself when I had something fall out of a tree onto my back til I found out it was just a lizard.
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Old 09-23-2007, 02:04 PM   #5
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Hey those cinnibar months are cool looking. They are very colorfull!

Yeah there was a few times when I about soilded myself, when sitting on the front pourch BSing with friends outside and a wood roach flyes up and landes on ya. Oh man I hate those things. They are not a true roachs that infest your house thank god. But they fly and are two times the size of a true roach and they stil ahhhhhh!

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