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Last Light..

Last Light.. by Landlord

Worth the trot.


A Great Green Bush-Cricket

A Great Green Bush-Cricket by carpmanstu

Great shot, this is all i could find on it:

Body length; males 40mm to 50mm, females 40mm to 50mm + 20mm to 25mm ovipositor. Wings extend well beyond the tip of the abdomen.

The entire body and limbs are a grass green colour. A brown stripe runs down over the top of the head, thorax and wings in the closed position. There is a pair of white bands running down either side of the underside of the abdomen. The female ovipositor is very slightly down-curved.

Behaviour and life history
The colour of these bush-crickets makes them extremely difficult to locate, even when aided by their distinctive song. Young nymphs spend most of their time in coarse grassland whilst older nymphs and adults are more arboreal and frequent clumps of scrub, brambles and shrubs. The males call through the afternoons and into night during warm weather from late July onwards. This bush-cricket is omnivorous with invertebrates making up the bulk of their diet, although grass, and other vegetation is also eaten. The female lays her eggs in late summer directly into the ground. After over-wintering as an egg, the nymphs emerge from mid May onwards and are mature by late July.

An unmistakeable prolonged shrill buzzing call that carries for about 100 m or more in still conditions.


fishing north of shetland

fishing north of shetland by ireid7

As a sea fisherman myself i know how hard it is to get a shot in conditions like that, great shot!!



Inverpolly by PaulHolloway

Very nice view.


Goshawk Vs Jay

Goshawk Vs Jay by Fidget

Amazing, i pray one day i will get a shot like that.


Wolf Cubs

Wolf Cubs by purplejellyfish500

Awesome creatures, nice detail.


Sooty Copper

Sooty Copper by NigelKiteley

Very well presented.

Nice work


img_1534 by lawbert

Very well done, something i am still trying to do.



Buzz by janenewhitty

Nice capture, i do agree about the text and maybe some sort of frame.

But well done

Egret Fishing

Egret Fishing by snooked

Fantastic capture he is better at fishing than me


European Wolf

European Wolf by JeanE

Gorgeous, a beautiful creature and excellent shot


Watch it laddie

Watch it laddie by HeatherR

Would not like to be in the middle of those two

Great Shot



Burnout by sally_gorse



Mirror by blueislander

Amazing shot better if it was framed

My 2pence worth


Kissy Kissy !!

Kissy Kissy !! by lilybear

A very lovely shot

View from

View from by Boyoclark

Should have more votes in my eyes good shot well done


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