dasiy from behind, with mites

Meadow Daisy with mites, seen from behind, last light. (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) Introduced, native to Europe.
Click here to view the same species, but in its native surroundings in the Alps. (I believe these are Chigger mites
pictured here, with the charming Latin neme, Trombicula iritans. Ohio/Michigan form the northern extreme
of their range; bite poisonous.)

aside view
 roughlea dogwood Roughleaf Dogwood,
Solstice flower

(Photograph was made Sunday, the 9th of June, 2002)

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