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Answers on a post card please

By Freila
I would like to first thank every one for there help with the dragonfly
I was out looking for more jumping spiders when I came across this little chap. dose any one know what he is called he does fly I am putting up other photos of him so you can see hes wings etc but I must point out they our out of focus sorry

Tags: Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

Voters: gazlowe, paskinmj, KarenFB and 9 more


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paskinmj 11 11 1 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2012 6:51PM
Interesting capture. No idea what it is.
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KarenFB Plus
14 5.4k 176 England
8 Jul 2012 7:52PM
Which country does it live in?

A gorgeous critter, it looks really prickly!
Freila 9 107
8 Jul 2012 8:07PM

Quote:Which country does it live in?

A gorgeous critter, it looks really prickly!


Spain southern You have just given me an idea I will PM Carol G to see if she knows ... I don't think it is a prickly as he is looking as I had him in my hand till he flew away
Ade_Osman 17 4.5k 36 England
8 Jul 2012 9:26PM
Not exactly sure which one it is as it's not my field of expertise, however if you do a search for Phyllomorpha laciniata or coreid bug and look at images you should find your answer......I only know this after quickly scanning my bug books.

Ade
Freila 9 107
8 Jul 2012 11:22PM

Quote:Not exactly sure which one it is as it's not my field of expertise, however if you do a search for Phyllomorpha laciniata or coreid bug and look at images you should find your answer......I only know this after quickly scanning my bug books.

Ade

. Thanks Ade
I google image the names you gave me its a phyliomorpha laciniata . It was nice to see so many other photos of this insect . I have covered lots of things in my PF but at the moment I am getting a lot of enjoyment out of finding and taken photos the small insects that you can't see in all there glory untill you get them up on the big screen .
Many Thanks you for you reply and help
Debbie
NeilWigan Plus
10 17 16 England
9 Jul 2012 12:28AM
Glad you found out what it is also that it lives in southern Spain ,not hereWink
Ade_Osman 17 4.5k 36 England
9 Jul 2012 3:38AM
No problems Debbie, always glad to help where I can, moths are more my thing, but I have an interest in Entomology of all types. I've seen them before on here, but not very often. I still had to check my books though I wasn't sure.....Interesting little critters they are that's for sure.

Ade
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
9 Jul 2012 5:36AM
Glad to see you have your ID, Debbie. Apologies for not getting back to you, but I was away from my pc all day yesterday, and didn't view/comment/vote on any images. He is an amazing little fella, well done you for spotting and capturing him. Carol
EAS 11 1 13 Scotland
9 Jul 2012 9:30AM
Fascinating little critter! So glad you got the ID.

Ann
20 Jul 2012 10:29PM
A very alien looking insect Debbie, never seen anything like it. Nice set

Mark
4. fantastic images with wonderful colours and with great attention to detail excellent, SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
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