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Old 19th March 2017
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Communal Birds or insects?

I would have put this in the birds thread until my daughter pointed out the insects!

Moorhen and visitors:

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Re: Communal Birds or insects?

Both threads, surely

Nice shot. With bonus protein.

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Re: Communal Birds or insects?

They look like some sort of flea beetle.

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Re: Communal Birds or insects?

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They look like some sort of flea beetle.

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More likely a Hister Beetle?

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Re: Communal Birds or insects?

Knock knock - Who's there - Hister beetle
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