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These mini beasts are wonderfully photographed by you or your husband? Great photos!
Thanks, Janneke - all mine
Great photos, Sue. Lacewings don't often make an appearance on our blogs (I presume that is what the green one is...?)
It is lacewing, Mark and was the most difficult to photograph. It flitted sbout lots and didn't really show up on leaves.
Just how big is that ground beetle? And that spider looks cross!
The beetle was about 2cm or 1" long, Mal. The spider was actually annoyed as I disturbed it when it was sitting in the centre of its web.
Beautiful pics! I can appreciate their beauty, but those fat spiders always give me the heebie-jeebies.
I find close up shots of minibeasts fascinating and never tire of photographing them.
The beetle and spider looks different from the one here! Look at those bees and pollen! They are real pollinators! ;)
There are an incredible number of minibasts around the world, Malar and we only ever come into contact with a small number of them.
WOW....fantastic photos Sue, I have got to get out with my camera more for no other reason then 'just because I can' sometimes I think you lose a bit of pleasure in the rush off life. No honey bee photo though?? :-(
No honey bees this time but I think that I posted one on Facebook recently.
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