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[img]Train travel by Alf Branch, on Flickr
A couple from a few months ago
[img]Departemant motion by Alf Branch, on Flickr
[img]Planet pale by Alf Branch, on Flickr
I have not managed to find anything like that myself on caterpillars. Spiders and ladybirds yes. I showed those in post #100
There are a number parasitic wasps that will use them as hosts.
Here are some shots of some tiny wasps I observed on Cinnabar caterpillars and ragwort flowers. I have not observed any egg laying. I estimate...
A couple from me
A dark giant horsefly about 25 mm long
[IMG][ATTACH]Dark giant horsefly by Alf Branch, on Flickr
A carrion beetle Nicrophorus...
If they aren't bothering you leave them alone in a few weeks they will be gone and some biggest insect killers in the natural world will move on...
I really wouldn't like to meet a flesh fly that big.
Some from a local walk this afternoon before the rain
[img]Baby lizard by Alf Branch, on Flickr
[img]lizard by Alf Branch, on Flickr...
I wasn't there so I do not know what you saw but I may do this though the house could darkened and blended into the background...
Many sunsets are ruined by clouds round here. A look out the back bedroom window and a 5 minute drive leads to success for me...
The mono is very nice and the Insta edit has lost the punch of the colours which is a shame
You need to change your Flickr setting as it is...
Thanks and I do try
Some shots from last week at Parton beach at sunset it was a lovey warm evening unusually for West Cumbria. The clouds were amazing.
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