Honey bee - I think it is a honey bee - flew into web, spider whipped out. Looked like bee saw spider off but it returned, grabbed the bee and dragged it down the cane seen on the left.
No interactions present.
I agree with your IDs and think you should enter this as a species interaction !
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Thank you - do you just click on the species interaction button?
It's a new fan-dangled feature (appeared last week) that a dinosaur like me has never used before.
Gave it a go but nothing changed so think it is beyond me!Thanks anyway!
Got it! Need separate bee and spider pictures but sadly have none. Know what to do next time!
I know who to ask .........
I am assuming copyright means you can't use internet pics - don't want to get into trouble!
Do you have any pics? I am so slow sometimes!
I don't have pics of these two. Strangely most my images seem to be of foreign woodlice (not fit for iSpot?!).
Will see if I can snap separate examples next weekend. Might see another bee and spider will still be there, I suspect.
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