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Some sort of Crane Fly I think. Lives at a stone circle in the Brecon Beacons, altitude of 360 metres or so...

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Cranefly, looks like a Limonia species.

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Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Broad-Bodied Chaser - Libellula depressa



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Broad-Bodied Chaser - Libellula depressa
Very nice image. A male of course.

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Not my usual choice of Kit as I set for Landscape photography but found some other things to shoot. Taken with my E-M1 and 40-150 pro and MC-14.

Taken handheld at the Dubwath silver meadows nature reserve on my way home

Painted lady by Alf Branch, on Flickr

This a tripod mounted shot on the shore of Buttermere

Emerged mayfly by Alf Branch, on Flickr
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Is a Tic an insect?
Cathy's new pet - she picked it up in Scotland, and expertly removed without killing it!
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Is a Tic an insect?
Cathy's new pet - she picked it up in Scotland, and expertly removed without killing it![/CENTER]
A Tic is a behavioural abnormality!

A Tick is related to mites and spiders.

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So Cathy's new pet is responsible for her tic?


Edit: I did take a picture of it in situ but thought better of posting it here!
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Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

[IMG]Dont know brandon 18/9/19 by Walter Warburton, on Flickr[/IMG]mk2 p/l 100/400lens, (are they mating?)
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Dont know brandon 18/9/19 by00/400lens, (are they mating?)
Common Darters mating.

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Is a Tic an insect?
Cathy's new pet - she picked it up in Scotland, and expertly removed without killing it!
Give it lump meat to suck...………….
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https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/lyme-disease/

Very, very nasty. Be careful.
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Is a Tic an insect?
Cathy's new pet - she picked it up in Scotland, and expertly removed without killing it!
Too many legs......more like a crab...…..

(I bow to Harolds worms)………...
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https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/lyme-disease/

Very, very nasty. Be careful.
Indeed, fortunately Cathy is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and knows what to do - which is why it came out alive! It didn’t stay alive too long though .
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Indeed, fortunately Cathy is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and knows what to do - which is why it came out alive! It didn’t stay alive too long though .
I take them out with the tip of my sheath knife - like taking out the eye of a spud. I take plenty of meat with it, just to ensure I've got all of it!

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I take them out with the tip of my sheath knife - like taking out the eye of a spud. I take plenty of meat with it, just to ensure I've got all of it!



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