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1 minute ago, CruisinCrow said:

They seem to be gone from the Tampa Bay area.  Maybe they all went to the east coast.

 

I can vouch for that!!  😝  Would you like them back?  😲

 

The weird thing is the millions and millions we have killed off using our vehicles as "fly swatters"....you would think we would have driven them into extinction.  😵

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25 minutes ago, CruisinCrow said:

They seem to be gone from the Tampa Bay area.  Maybe they all went to the east coast.

 

We hit swarms of them a few days ago driving from Tampa to Ft Myers.  You could hear them hitting the car.  Luckily it was a rental so I didn't have to clean it.

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Just finished a 300 mile motorcycle ride today and very few Love bugs out. The area they were swarming recently, none. 

 

This is from Daytona to St Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Palatka, Weikla, Seville, Barberville, Astor and back. 

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1 hour ago, Milwaukee Eight said:

Just finished a 300 mile motorcycle ride today and very few Love bugs out. The area they were swarming recently, none. 

 

This is from Daytona to St Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Palatka, Weikla, Seville, Barberville, Astor and back. 

 

 

Glad to hear they are almost gone.

 

Here up north we are preparing for the 17 year awakening of the circadia (sp).  The noise, the bugs, ewwwwweee.

 

At least ours only happens every 17 years, not biannually like your love bugs. 

 

But, everywhere you go there is always something.

 

Take care

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5 hours ago, CruisinCrow said:

They seem to be gone from the Tampa Bay area.  Maybe they all went to the east coast.

 

I was at Adventure Island in Tampa today, with love bugs swarming on my lounger (and me) almost constantly.  My car only picked up about a dozen, though, driving north on I-75 from Tampa

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13 hours ago, Lionesss said:

 

 

Glad to hear they are almost gone.

 

Here up north we are preparing for the 17 year awakening of the circadia (sp).  The noise, the bugs, ewwwwweee.

 

At least ours only happens every 17 years, not biannually like your love bugs. 

 

But, everywhere you go there is always something.

 

Take care

Has it been 17yrs already?

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