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Alans Creepy Crawlies
Topic Started: Jun 23 2016, 06:49 PM (303 Views)
Alan
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Took this photo this morning of this amazing coloured fly on our window anybody got any ideas what it is

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Grayling
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Ruby-tailed Wasp Alan - super insect.

Lovely photo too :Cool:
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JennyWren
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wow i don't think i've ever seen such a thing .. what a colourful wasp , Alan :cool1:
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feedyourhedgehog
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Gorgeous little wasps :cool:
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Pam M
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What a beautiful wasp, I`ve yet to see one :)
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Eric Hardy
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What a beautiful insect, Alan, I have never seen one of those in the many years I've lived.
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:wow: never seen one of those before. Lovely thing :cool:
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Laurie P
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It's a first for me too - beautiful colouring :wow1:

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AnnB
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Well captured, Alan. I'm still waiting to see my first one.
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Grayling
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If you have a sunny/warm exterior wall look out for them - I have them checking out the holes in our bricks.

They are quite small.
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Eric Hardy
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I will have to keep my eyes open, Grayling. We have a couple of nice warm walls with the occasional little hole.
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Davebutterflyman
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Great shot Alan and they must be one of our most spectacularly coloured insects.
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Night Owl
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:greatpic: Alan it's an amazing looking insect :cool1:
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A super photo Alan,lovely colours they look like little stained glass panels :clap2:
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Alan
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Following on from my garden birds thought I would do an insect in my garden one feel free to name any I do not know
CARDER BEE
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MILLIPEDE
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WOODLOUSE
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YOUNG POND SKATER
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HOVERFLY
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Laurie P
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:greatpics: Alan.

Looks like you're getting to grips with your new camera now :cool2:
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feedyourhedgehog
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Lovely photos Alan :cool:
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Davebutterflyman
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Excellent set of photos Alan.
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Jane
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Lovely shots and sightings Alan :encore:
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Night Owl
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A great set of photos Alan :cool1:
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