6160Re: [bugclub] What on earth!?
- Oct 21, 2013That's it. So interesting to find out what it was, none of us have ever seen one before - we are in Worcestershire by the way.thanks so much.Caroline.From: Graeme Stroud <G.Stroud@...>
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Subject: RE: [bugclub] What on earth!?Hi Caroline,This is a ladybird larva.If you are in the UK, this is the harlequin ladybird, an invasive species recently arrived from Europe.If you are outside of the UK, it could be some other similar species.GraemeGravesendFrom: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Caroline Morse
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Subject: [bugclub] What on earth!? [2 Attachments][Attachment(s) from Caroline Morse included below]Hi, I wonder if anyone knows what this is. its very small, the length of it is about the width of my little finger. Couldn't get a very clear picture but it was black with very short legs and a long body that curled around like a scorpion (but without the pincers!)Look forward to any incite.Caroline.
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