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    Name That Prey!


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    Mud wasp
    Caddydid
    Gran daddy long legs

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    Quote Originally Posted by CN View Post
    Mud wasp
    Caddydid
    Gran daddy long legs
    Those are my guesses as well, though I think it's spelled katydid.

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    Daddy long legs, Blue mud dauber wasp, and grasshopper...
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    Mosquito Hawk/Crane Fly, Mud dauber, grass hopper?

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    There's definitely a spider and some sort of wasp in there. It might be a cranefly. I just thought it funny that the same plant managed to catch a variety of critters. I didn't help it at all.

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