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Farnboro John

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Hi All,

I've a few mysteries from Gambia that I would appreciate help with.

Cheers

John

Jazzy Beetle

Dung Beetle sp?

Spider that annihilated a Hornet in our bathroom (for which I was profoundly grateful)

Grasshopper/locust
 

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salticus

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spider

The spider is probably Holocnemus pluchei, quite common around the Mediterranean inc N Africa and has extended its range to other areas
 
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