Another one that I suspect won't receive much feedback. If I had my time over again I'd like to have studied these striking, but not very well known, insects.
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I know the feeling they should do a course on them and I like your description of might be
Gavin Broad has done some courses on home groups of ichneumon, at Dinton Pastures and the Natural History Museum, through the British Ent Soc but they are a very biodiverse group and it does take patience and a microscope to get into them ;)
to David for the correction. Now I'll have to look up insect morphology, as I always associate "petioles" with flowers!
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