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Old Saturday 2nd June 2012, 22:27   #1
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Question Frog hopper sp and unknown - ID help please

Hi,

Any pointers to specific species of the froghopper in the first few pics very much appreciated. Also I have know Idea what the creature is in the last to pics.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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The second insect is an aphid. If you know the foodplant there may be some chance of an ID but otherwise it's unlikely. It looks slightly odd which makes me wonder if it's been parasitised
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The second insect is an aphid. If you know the foodplant there may be some chance of an ID but otherwise it's unlikely. It looks slightly odd which makes me wonder if it's been parasitised
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