Oh my goodness. This rental has more animal adventures than I could have ever dreamed of experiencing! Well, here’s another one for the blog! I hope this one brings you the mighty laugh it gave me!
I went outside to water my impatiens yesterday. As I passed by the patio table, I saw these two bugs on my glass table. They weren’t moving, but they were definitely connected. I continued watering my plants, and checked back to see them again 15 minutes later. They were still in the same position which what I’m supposing as in flagrante delicto. At least that’s what it looked like to me! I’m not even sure what they are. Does anyone know? Do you think they are having sex too?
So I took the above picture! I wonder what this means in the spirit animal totem world? Any entomologists out there want to share their knowledge? I mean, are they really having sex on my patio table in full view of the world? Well, I guess laughter is the best medicine! By the way, 30 minutes later, they were gone – deed accomplished I guess!
I hope you got a little giggle on this Thursday morning! It certainly gave me one!
Sure appears to be a correct observation to me aside from critters like that don’t “have sex”, they mate to reproduce. (?)
I stand corrected Ray. You are right. Mating is the correct word! Thank you! 🙂
That’s my NJ sense of humor….😎
Which I completely understand! 🙂
Dragonfly’s will “do it” while in flight lol! It seems like everyone but humans aren’t shy about this natural behavior loool!
So they aren’t dragon flies I guess! And you’re right, they weren’t shy! 🙂
Thanks for the laugh, Yvonne. I am envisioning a rolled up newspaper, putting an end to the afternoon delight.
Ha Ha Alan! I wouldn’t be that mean as to interrupt them! As it was they left on their own accord after their matinee. And then I scrubbed down the table! 🙂
I know! 🙂 LOL
Great post title …. even if I don’t know the answer 💛
Thanks for the smile. This was an “interesting” post. 🙂
Thanks Marlene. Not my typical post, but I couldn’t help myself since these animals are just so funny around here!
I believe they are mating crane flies. Male on left, female on right.
How cool! How did you know? Thank you Gail!! Mating crane flies – I’ve never even heard of them! I’m off to look them up. You’re awesome! Thanks again! How did you know???
We have them everywhere here and people mistakenly call them mosquitoes. Of course they are not. They mate on my front porch banister frequently. LOL! I looked them up many years ago when West Nile Virus hit our area and learned more than I cared to know about them.
Oh wow! Thank you for sharing all your information Gail! I’m impressed with your knowledge! 🙂
I enjoy reading about all your interesting visitors!
Thanks Gail! It is an interesting place to live with them! 🙂
Well at least someone is getting some action! Lol!