Little Green Insect Drying Itself

I scooped up the little green insect, from the water bucket with the tip of my finger.  It immediately started to move, then dry its antennas.

I think it may be a Macrolophus pygmaeus. An insect that eats whiteflies and aphids.

4 thoughts on “Little Green Insect Drying Itself

  1. This made me think of a Mary Oliver line “It must be a great disappointment to God
    if we are not dazzled at least ten times a day.” That tiny insect, so brightly colored it looks alien, was grooming its antennae the same way my rabbits clean their ears!

    1. Yes, Trish that’s the thing, we can relate to them when we see who and what they really are. Great analogy to your rabbits.

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