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Interesting, how do you do you decide from the males? I know how to distinguish the males from females but what makes the males different species wise as the garden is full of both at the moment and I would like to know what to look out for? Perhaps I should upload a male as well!
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Have added a male, not very good photo but it may help.
Have a look at this posting which helps distinguish the three British species
Thanks for that, much appreciated.
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