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Old 21st June 2015
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Locked in combat!

Spotted these guys having a fight, mite is right!

Bad behaviour for a sunny Sunday afternoon.

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Re: Locked in combat!

A great shot from the microscopic world.

Made me itch though.

Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Locked in combat!

Well spotted & taken
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Re: Locked in combat!

Difficult to tell but I bet these were really small. Nicely shot.
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Re: Locked in combat!

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Difficult to tell but I bet these were really small. Nicely shot.
Yes, I should think about a 2mm circle would fit one in, legs and all!
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Re: Locked in combat!

Perhaps they were just playing?
Great colour and great shot.
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Re: Locked in combat!

Another great macro, I don't think I've ever seen these mites before.

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Re: Locked in combat!

Nature red in tooth and claw. My money is on the red one. An excellent macro image.

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