Queen Ann's Meeting House

edigimag

West Lafayette, United States

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Atop a full blossomed Queen Ann’s Lace (<em></em>) set two very unlikely parties. Well not unlikely to be found scurrying upon the blossoms of Queen Ann’s, but to be in the same proximity very long. The red-black ant (<em>F. pallidefulva</em>) and the Margined Leatherwing Beetle (<em>Chauliognathus marginatus</em>) are not exactly ‘buddies’. Had I taken a video of the next few seconds this ‘clash relationship’ would have been made quite evident. They tussled about a bit and then each of them ‘split’ the scene’ quickly.

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