How can you even see those tiny bugs, my favorite skeptic asked the other day as I bent to examine some smallish bug or other we passed on the way out the door. What he doesn't know won't hurt him: I am a mutant with macro vision specially enhanced to key in on insect-like movements. Nothing with six legs and chitin eludes my X-Woman vision!
This unidentified small wasp posed attractively in front of the coreopsis flowers.
Here is a gaura stem loaded with aphids. There is a tiny wasp near the center of the photo. This is a parasite that lays its eggs on the aphids. It spent a bit of time, longer than I watched, going from aphid to aphid, leaving its little time bombs on the rear end of the aphids' abdomens. You can just see a few yellowish eggs near the wasp.
If only my camera could keep up with my eyes.