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Jul 31, 2022 22:02 |  #7261

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When you are alone and your back is itchy

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Aug 01, 2022 06:41 |  #7262

4 from late at night in the garden just before midnight.

A froghopper (or is it a leafhopper, lol)...

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A silver sided sector spider (Zygiella x-notata)

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A short legged harvestman - I first thought Rilaena triangularis, but I now think it may be Paroligolophus agrestis - a common opillione.

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Finally the rapid running snout mite (Bdellidae) which I see quite frequently on the compost bin. Not sure what the interloper is just OoF, maybe a second snouty, but could be a springtail, or any other tiny insect! They feed on other arthropods like springtails, small insects and other mites, including their eggs. They harpoon their prey with a jet of saliva and attach it to the substrate with silk threads like shrouds.

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And just to show how it doesn't always go to plan - here is the snout mite having speared something - and the focus is off because it's so small I didn't know I was missing it slightly to the naked eye!

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Aug 01, 2022 11:01 |  #7263

Paul Iddon wrote in post #19411203 (external link)
4 from late at night in the garden just before midnight.

A froghopper (or is it a leafhopper, lol)...

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A silver sided sector spider (Zygiella x-notata)

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A short legged harvestman - I first thought Rilaena triangularis, but I now think it may be Paroligolophus agrestis - a common opillione.

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Finally the rapid running snout mite (Bdellidae) which I see quite frequently on the compost bin. Not sure what the interloper is just OoF, maybe a second snouty, but could be a springtail, or any other tiny insect! They feed on other arthropods like springtails, small insects and other mites, including their eggs. They harpoon their prey with a jet of saliva and attach it to the substrate with silk threads like shrouds.

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And just to show how it doesn't always go to plan - here is the snout mite having speared something - and the focus is off because it's so small I didn't know I was missing it slightly to the naked eye!

Paul.

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Aug 01, 2022 19:28 |  #7264

A tiny bee with a heavy burden.


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Aug 02, 2022 02:27 |  #7265

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Aug 02, 2022 03:28 |  #7266

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Aug 02, 2022 05:33 |  #7267

Hentz orbweaver

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Aug 02, 2022 20:54 |  #7268

Cicadas Exoskeleton?

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Aug 02, 2022 21:35 |  #7269

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Saw this autobot at the beach. Dose anyone know its a good or bad tranformaer?
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Archibald wrote in post #19403162 (external link)
Wow, very colorful tiger beetle. It does look a bit like a bot.

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Wow, very colorful tiger beetle. It does look a bit like a bot.

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Meet them again!

I wonder, you, a beetle, to make up so colorful for what?

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Aug 03, 2022 10:49 |  #7270

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Aug 03, 2022 22:25 |  #7271

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A very cute caterpillar, Noah!


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Aug 03, 2022 22:34 |  #7272

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A very cute caterpillar, Noah!


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Aug 04, 2022 15:19 |  #7273

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