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Insect ID please. (1 Viewer)

Stonechat4

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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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Stonechat4

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I'm looking for ID of the mystery insect IamFof. There is no Ladybird in the image I attached, and my post doesn't say there is. Please read the thread again, and don't worry you're not blind.
 

Stonechat4

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If there's enough detail here - the yellow may be the best pointer - it is the same size as the Ladybird which was close by out of the frame.

I've rephrased the ID request for your benefit, but do I take it you are unable to do the ID....By the way, I appreciate your humour.
 

Andy Adcock

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If there's enough detail here - the yellow may be the best pointer - it is the same size as the Ladybird which was close by out of the frame.

I've rephrased the ID request for your benefit, but do I take it you are unable to do the ID....By the way, I appreciate your humour.
Your choice of phrase was deceptive, how were people supposed to know that there was a ladybird, out of shot, I too was looking for it.
 

Stonechat4

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Whoooops!....I had no idea my phrase would deceive, obviously there was no intention to do so.

Thanks to The_Fern for the harlequin ladybird pupa suggestion.
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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