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Posted by: FryLock July 14, 2011 08:56 am
A few hand held macro's from around the garden over the last few days resized and/or cropped, which maybe for the best seeing as I have the hands of a crack smoking Chimp, oh well start saving for tripod and rails me thinks.

Fly's a few species.
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A Owl Gnat/Moth Fly or whatever they are called one of the Psychodidae cool little things.
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Female Tiger Crane Fly Nephrotoma appendiculata taking a drink from Buddleia flowers.
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Soon to on the wing, needed some level changes as the pale body was over exposed :(.
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Shield Bug baby's playing in Aquilegia seed pods.
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Dock leaf Beetle Gastrophysa viridula and a gang of larvae.
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Lagria hirta a Tenebrionid.
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Should need no intro.
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Posted by: FryLock July 14, 2011 12:08 pm
Dock Bug nymph Coreus marginatus doing his granivorous thing with a dock seed, had to watch him for a while as I shot other things but It was worth the cramp to get feeding shots smile.gif.
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Posted by: FryLock July 14, 2011 12:58 pm
Solider Beetle Rhagonycha fulva doing stuff.
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More Gastrophysa viridula plus a furry friend a Orgyia antiqua larvae.
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Posted by: FryLock July 14, 2011 02:23 pm
Wasp type Ichneumon thing maybe Amblyteles armatorius could be something else.
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Happy fly.
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Not so happy fly.
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Posted by: FryLock July 18, 2011 08:16 pm
More random pictures of fly's because without them our trousers would fall down.
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and a springtail because they are ace.
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Posted by: FryLock July 20, 2011 01:02 pm
Probably Parasteatoda tepidariorum eating a Zygiella x-notata.
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Still at it the next day.
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