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Now looking at this on proper screen clearly the mobile phone is not suitable for taking this kind of photo. will try to get back with proper camera to take some additional pictures for this observation.
I couldn't see enough detail, I was surprised as usually your photos are stunning!
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Even with a photo up to your usual standard you need a microscope for these beauties. I found four species today (well three and a Cheilymenia actually)
Are you going to post them? I thought S scutellata was more common, S olivascens larger with shorter eyelashes + rare, A macrocystis was yellower and had scattered tufts and found on bonfire sites and C granulata smooth and yellow and found on cowpats. I've found the first and the last and I am sure there are more but I'm always stumped if a microscope is needed!
The nest of them looks rather like a sundew!
and there's lots of that about at the moment
The first one is amazing!
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