Last Flurries: November Insects

From last week. Temperatures plunged in between then and now, really reducing insect numbers, but are set to rise back up to 70 today and tomorrow, albeit with rain, the bane of bugs. (Most of these pictures show the “October Skies” variety of Aromatic Aster, btw, whose flower keeps on kicking.)

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