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Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

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Originally Posted by Harold Gough View Post
One single, huge larva emerges from the beetle. I photographed that on film, many years ago. I have never seen the coccoon stage.

Harold

A cool if greusome thing to see Harold were the shots good?

I dont often shoot ladybirds as they are boring IMO but this was in same place when I passed it for the second time. I took a shot and it just move a little then noticed the cocoon then it was interesting.
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