June beetles are starting their brief adult lives
Late on a recent star-lit June night, after enjoying another campfire near the lake, it came time to turn in. Over the course of the hours after dark while sitting beside the fire, I observed many a hapless June beetle, or June bug as they're also called, fly kamikaze-like into the flames and embers -- undignified ends to otherwise brief life cycles.
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