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    Puffball?

    I'm lacking in confidence again, but is this a 'puffed' Puffball fungi? As always, replies will be much appreciated.
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    Moorland Fungus

    Help appreciated with this fugus found on moorland in the Forest of Bowland.
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    More Fungi ID Please.

    A+B with Willow in a garden tub. C roadside verge. ID if possible with little detail, will be much appreciated.
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    Garden Fungus?

    This cluster was found recently in the garden beneath Astilbe (False Goatsbeard)
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    Insect ID please.

    If there's enough detail here - the yellow may be the best pointer - it is the same size as the Ladybird close by.
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    Fungus ID please.

    Two images found yesterday on moorland 5 Oct. Single image labeled Wood Ears? in garden 12 months ago. In anticipation, thanks.
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    More What Fungi?

    What's this fungi please.
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    Green And Little.

    Not much to go on here, a tiny green beetle? that can fly. Help will be much appreciated.
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    What Fungi?

    Not a Fungi person, but gaining some interest lately. ID help please.
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    Moth or butterfly?

    I think I've asked about this one before, if I have I've lost it and apologies if so. Help will be much appreciated.
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    Fly?

    Most of these creatures are new to me, this one certainly is. Help much appreciated.
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    Insects.

    I just hope there's enough detail in these two fuzzy piks for ID please.
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    Spider?

    This creature is thought to be responsible for bites suffered recently. But is it, and what is it please.
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    Rivulet?

    I'm thinking The Rivulet as opposed to Small Rivulet?
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    Dragonfly.

    Won't make any comments here except, what's the dragonfly?
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    Bee.

    As a distinct bumblebee entirely black with a crimson to light red tail, I had this one in my book as a Red-Tailed Bumblebee Bombus lapidarius, until on the computer, I saw the two thin white bands.
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    Meadow Brown?

    My ref book doesn't show this pale band on the under side of Meadow Brown?
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    Shield Bug?

    With little detail after some editing the image, I thought this was a shield bug. Help much appreciated.
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    Moth ID

    This is the best of a few shots for this small day flying moth ID if possible please.
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    Sycamore?

    I've never seen sycamore samaras like this before. I welcome all comments.
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    Moth ID please.

    What's the moth (with a damaged left wing) please.
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    Lost with the 'blues' again.

    If it helps it was found on moorland yesterday.
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    Bee/Hoverfly.

    With the usual apology for quality of image, what's this please.
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    What's the caterpillar?

    Apologies for the image quality, but is there enough detail to ID this caterpillar please.
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    Bee ID Please.

    I'm lost once again on this one, which has long legs I note.....Help!
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