Crawling around a mint bush, leaf by leaf, he has such precise control of each individual leg, legs that are five times bigger then his body. I found him after our non-stop rainstorm over the past week. His tiny body, smaller than a dime, has an intricate pattern of brown, black, and cream, but it's the way this Eastern Daddy Longleg moves that I think makes them so graceful and delicate. Each of his feet ends in a microscopic claw and this particular kind only live East of the Rocky Mountains. As many adults don't survive until spring I was lucky to see him this time of year! I hope this addition to my bug collection adds a little color to your rainy day.