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Can anyone identify the insect on this beach rose? It was taken in Rhode Island in July.  I'm thinking may some sort of gnat? Thanks!  B)

If it's not clear enough in this, how would I set it up to place a close up crop in dropbox for people to see? Does it matter for keywording since it's small in the photo? Any help and advice welcome. Thanks!



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Unless it's causing some specific damage to the flower/plant that's likely to be important news, then I'd say that it's far too small (whatever it is!) to include in the keywords.

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Two clicks with the Cone Stamp Tool, and the bug is gone -- better than DDT.  B)



I was thinking that too. May just re-upload. 


EDIT: I just uploaded the "digitally altered" version. 

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