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Old 08-12-2010, 11:30 PM   #29
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That's nothin'

Originally Posted by howie-2005 View Post
Here's the little buggers.

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Montana locusts. Now that's a sight. Whole front of the motorhome is moving. When you stop the yellow jackets and whatever else dive in for a feast. I mean the whole thing is MOVING! I'm from NY. I used a spatula to get them off. If I can find the pic I'll post it.

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Old 08-13-2010, 12:29 PM   #30
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These black lovebugs emit such an odor that nothing, absolutely nothing will land on them let alone eat them. I made the mistake of squeezing two of them between my fingers, it was such an acid type smell to it.. no wonder they eat thru the paint job on a vehicle. The larger one (female) carries the male on her back, breed in motion. Very seldom do you see only one of them at a time. A swarm of them can cover the windshield and the front of the vehicle in one swoop...

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