3mm long if that.
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Its size absence of wing books and prominant stink glands make it more likely to be a 3rd Stage Nymph
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Hi Colin, you are probably right. I was going by the images on the British Bugs site. Congratulation on hitting your 5th grade in invertebrates by the way. Regards Chris
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Thanks Chris :-) - Its really a bit like your exam results or maybe even your 50th Birthday !!! I am sure too in a short while you too will be surrounded by Butterflies , Quite a few Birds albeit in iconic form :-) Some great stuff coming out of your camera
hi thankyou all for your time regards keith.
OOps I forgqt to compliment Keith on the Macro these little fellas are often at the limit of the lens but great shot keith with all the important features
Thankyou Wildlife Ranger, not as good as i would like,due to the fact a tripods not a lot of help in the field unless i can train them, i do have better pics of this little chap but i keep them for my web site , also thanks to Chris for all is wonderful help, best regards from Keith.
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