Many beetles on a number of wood anemones
No interactions present.
John. Waiting for interaction, of any sort, is sometimes like waiting for the end of the World here.
I am in the same boat, as it were, with this http://www.ispotnature.org/node/692380
It is SO frustrating seeing so many people agreeing to Chaffinch or Peacock butterfly (say) and so few people even LOOKING at our efforts.
Notwithstanding though - I am pretty certain that these are what you suggest but I cannot agree on a single picture and no description and, perhaps, some supporting evidence. Sometimes a picture is not enough.
I wish you more luck with the recent Small Fly! http://www.ispotnature.org/node/408846
I know what you mean, Derek! though I'm quite often delighted to get expert responses to fairly obscure observations. Some people are particularly and frequently helpful. But I've got a few just hanging around. I've thought about posting a couple of them again to see how that goes. And thanks for the advice. My problem (apart from the unreliable photographic technique) is that only since I retired, quite recently, have I developed an interest in insects beyond the what you might call popular stuff (lepidoptera and odonata). So I know naff all about 'em and scarcely know what to look for. But it's fun learning. That explains, incidentally, why I get on I-spot, 3 stars for invertebrates, which I know very little about, and only 2 for birds, of which I have over 60 years' experience - it's only the invertebrates I tend to ask for help with and inevitably some of my suggestions have been agreed with. I don't see the point in putting up pictures of birds whose identity I know perfectly well, just to get people to agree with me.... And I've never yet seen a recent observation of a bird which someone else (usually the person who posted it) hasn't already definitively identified.
All of which means I can't help with yours, because I don't have any expertise to apply. Though someone once belly-ached at me for not giving him the credit of agreeing with his ID of my observations - though how I could agree (as opposed to merely gratefully accepting his expertise) when I had no idea myself beat me at the time.
I've only just seen your comment by the way. I'm not on here as regularly as perhaps I should be.
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