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  1. T

    Mystery insect

    Thanks Andy. Because it was with dragonfly pictures I assumed it was a large insect, but it may well have been tiny: The guy who took it may well have been showing off the macro capabilities of his camera. Tim
  2. T

    Mystery insect

    I was sent this photo among some dragonfly pics to identify but it isn't a dragonfly. I've no idea what sort of insect it is. Can anyone identify it please. The photo was taken recently in central Scotland.