Mud Mud, Glorious Mud

Elaphrus riparius

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Elaphrus riparius, August 2017, on the bank of a local pond, Staffordshire, England.

11 thoughts on “Mud Mud, Glorious Mud

    • Thank you, Ted 🙂 Yes, one has to get right down and kneel in the mud to get down close to these critters. Yet it can be quite satisfying when you come away with a fairly decent shot.

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  1. Look at those eyes! We have “mudbugs,” but that’s a common name for crawfish over in Louisiana or East Texas. I don’t believe I’d be putting this bug in any sort of pot with dinner on my mind!

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