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Harlequin survey confirmed

By Isleman
Harmonia axyridis succinea captured 170607 in South Lincolnshire, England. This is a migrant Asian variety commonly known as the Harlequin that is feared may ultimately undermine the survival of native species. Where there are aphids, some white ones are in the picture, you will probably find ladybirds. Details of how to send live specimens or digital photos for identification (some can easily be confused with native species) can be found at the public information website
All you keen photographers can be an enormous help to this survey, so PLEASE spread the word, Harlequin!

Tags: Insects Ladybirds General Ladybird Insect Close-up and macro Harlequin Wildlife and nature

Voters: fatmod, FujiJan, Bigshot and 1 more



fatmod 16 22 England
8 Aug 2007 8:36PM
nice sharp macro
Bigshot 15 7 England
12 Aug 2007 3:37PM
Good find,nice shot'

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