Sep 22View SourceHello Kathleen, you are welcome. I'm no expert I just find them, hopefully photograph them and then try find out what I've seen. Soooooooooo much to learn lol. like all wildlife and nature so I'm not a specialist in any field. I joined a group on facebook Insects of Britain and Northern Europe. Some lovely helpful people on there. Many of whom are cery helpful with ID. The administrator Paul Brothers has even made a booklet for id-ing ladybirds. So helpful and some amazing photography. You should pop in and see it.Glad to be of help. Happy bug hunting lol. John
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