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  1. So what you see here is the remains of an aphid, it's body attached to a podium created by a braconid wasp. This tiny parastic wasp finds a target host and deposits an egg inside it. This egg will be dormant until the host is big enough for the larva to hatch and then the wasp larva feeds on the insides of said host. Eventually, the parasitic wasp will emerge and fly away and so nature goes on... Paul.
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  2. I find spider mites challenging - they are nearly always on the move and not very big... Paul.
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  3. Wow....what a great reflection Rye ... brilliantly presented .. Top class stuff in my view ... top marks !
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  4. Yes did well with these, I've seen red spider mites lots of times and they are very small and never stop.
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  5. Excellent shot Paul.
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  6. Fascinating Paul, just fascinating you really are a master of your craft.
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  7. What an incredible capture Paul .... and what an extraordinary window onto this miniscule world you have opened for us .. Thanks for that .... it's good to learn something new every day ...
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  8. Impressive Denis .... ...were you a trained sniper in a former life !!?
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  9. First one I've seen this year, I think this is a Female Banded Demoiselle, it was very co-operative...
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  10. An incredible landscape…. Well done Matt. FUJI
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  11. Brilliant set of images, Geoff.
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  12. Not seen one that colour, we get reds and blues, and Banded only, nice and sharp images Geoff! I took a photo of a Red one yesterday and the tail is blurred as the leaf it was on was affected be the wind we had
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  13. ID agreed - they are a wonderful iridescent green - and fine to see as the blues and reds. Paul.
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