Winners

1st Place with 35 points:

From danmo: "Dragonfly"

2nd Place with 30 points:

From cpark: "Red milkweed beetle (Tetraopes tetrophthalmus). I never expected to describe any beetle as "adorable," but I am completely smitten by the red milkweed beetle! "

3rd Place with 25 points:

From skrichar: "Bees loved my 41 count Russian Mammoth sunflower garden. While the flowers were in full bloom, it was a zen experience to watch them hum, pollinate and help the environment."

Runner Up with 18 points:

From skrichar: "Bees loved my 41 count Russian Mammoth sunflower garden. While the flowers were in full bloom, it was a zen experience to watch them hum, pollinate and help the environment."

Runner Up with 17 points:

From cpark: "Damselfly perched on a Hosta bud. One of the oldest insects on Earth, damselflies during the dinosaur era were sometimes as big as hawks. They are found on every continent except Antarctica, and are beneficial as well as beautiful in the garden."

Runner Up with 15 points:

From C_A_Ivy: "Western honey bee nectaring spring Phacelia. "

Runner Up with 15 points:

From Jurdana: "Carpenter bee gathering pollen from a coneflower."

Runner Up with 14 points:

From sgitlin: "Lady Bug on the remnants of a flower blossom."

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