Polymer Clay artwork and observations...possibly some useless trivia and creative spelling.
I've seen those moths before... I think we looked up info on them once, but I can't remember much of it LOL. I think they're called hummingbird moths, though- LOL! :D
Hi Taylor,I knew someone would know what they were. I was waiting for a "don't get near them, they are dangerous and will bite!" Lol. They did look like hummingbirds.Thanks for the info and have a happy spring!
You're welcome, and happy spring to you, too! :D
Yes, those are called hummingbird moths. They've been a fave of mine since early childhood. Truly a sweet sign that Spring is here!Kate
a sphinx moth! There are quite a few different species, some are unbelievably gorgeous, some are pretty drab. There are plants that can only be pollinated by one of these because it requires their super long thingy to get inside the flower. I like seeing them fly but when they're folded up and sitting on a plant, eeew, it's one big bug lolLynn
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