We have some diverse photos today. First are photos of moose and pronghorn taken by Stephen Barnard in Idaho. His notes are indented:
I had some visitors this morning [Sept. 12]. Moose (Alces alces) — a tautonym:
A herd of pronghorns (Antilocapra americana) encountered on my way to Stanley, Idaho.
From Montreal, Anne-Marie Cournoyer sent two photos of the “cross spider“, Araneus diadematus, with different prey items:
Reader jsp sent a photo of a praying mantis hanging out near his friend’s hummingbird feeder, apparently to snag the bees that feed there. He notes that “The PM is getting fat (‘is getting’???) on honey bees at the feeder. Others mentioned that the hummingbirds themselves are in danger. WTF?”