Wasps and moth

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Pretty windy today but managed to get a few snapshots. Not the greatest but perhaps bugs you haven't yet seen.

What appears to be a spider wasp, but am uncertain of i.d.
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reddish wasp
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grape leaf skeletonizer moth
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J. Snider
 
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Thanks all for the comments. They do appear a tad shaky due to gusting breezes.

Frank, I did use the secret swiveling head on these but in this case it didn't improve my images. Made work a lot easier, however.
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Jerry,

These are wonderful. I can't detect the wind blowing either. They appear to be sharp and colorful. I especially like number two and three.
 
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CrystallP said:
Jerry,

These are wonderful. I can't detect the wind blowing either. They appear to be sharp and colorful. I especially like number two and three.
Crystall, I too prefer the last two pics. The first one is quite poor. The one I meant to include as the first pic, the spider wasp, appears in a later thread entitled wasp, bee and butterfly.
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These are terrific Jerry. I like the way the antenna in the first picture are curled.
 
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