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Uncle Joe Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-29-07 05:49 PM
Response to Reply #11
13. Well maybe they migrated,
because I don't see near as many of them here in Nashville as when I was younger.
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  -I have honey bees up the kazoo around here and not one solitary cicada NNN0LHI  May-29-07 04:11 PM   #0 
  - There are all kinds of things growing in 12 inches of dirt  sfexpat2000   May-29-07 04:14 PM   #1 
  - I'm not far from you and have seen ZERO honey bees and ZERO Cicada.  in_cog_ni_to   May-29-07 04:14 PM   #2 
  - I read that depending on where you are in Illinois, there can be a 13 year brood, or 17 year brood.  shain from kane   May-29-07 05:12 PM   #3 
  - Looks like I am positioned just about right dead center for Brood XIII  NNN0LHI   May-29-07 05:24 PM   #5 
  - here in Texas, where it is hot and humid today  dave29   May-29-07 05:14 PM   #4 
  - Obviously, you're up to your armpits in killer bees in Illinois.  Bornaginhooligan   May-29-07 05:25 PM   #6 
  - No the bees I seen sucking nectar looked very peaceable  NNN0LHI   May-29-07 05:29 PM   #8 
     - Are you sure those aren't the African-Mexican bees?  Bornaginhooligan   May-29-07 05:30 PM   #9 
        - Be right back  NNN0LHI   May-29-07 05:32 PM   #10 
  - I'm wondering what happened to all the lightning bugs or fireflies,  Uncle Joe   May-29-07 05:27 PM   #7 
  - They are here in Austin, Texas  dave29   May-29-07 05:32 PM   #11 
  - Well maybe they migrated,  Uncle Joe   May-29-07 05:49 PM   #13 
     - I used to see them in huge numbers in Indiana growing up  dave29   May-29-07 06:07 PM   #14 
  - First Lightning Bug sighted tonight here in NC...on the way to take out  KoKo01   May-29-07 09:37 PM   #19 
  - Have only seen a single bee this year...  InvisibleTouch   May-29-07 05:36 PM   #12 
  - Honey Bees up the Kazoo? That must be uncomfortable.  alfredo   May-29-07 06:11 PM   #15 
  - Smartass n/t  NNN0LHI   May-29-07 07:35 PM   #16 
  - Thanks, that's the nicest thing anybody has said to me today.  alfredo   May-30-07 12:24 AM   #20 
  - But.. it would definitely explain that buzzing sound we hear :) n/t  SoCalDem   May-29-07 07:46 PM   #17 
  - Do you have organic Bee Farms/Hives in your area? It's been said that the Organic Bee  KoKo01   May-29-07 08:26 PM   #18 
  - We've seen a few bees and lightning bugs...  cynatnite   May-30-07 12:28 AM   #21 
  - I'm willing to work a trade  Lone_Star_Dem   May-30-07 12:31 AM   #22 
 

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