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  • Please identify this weird one

    Hi, This was crawling on the back of my neck and possibly came out of my ear as I had been deaf for a while and can now hear a bit better in that ear?! See

    888ham@gmail.com 4 hours ago
  • Please identify bug

    Hello, I was wondering what type of bug this is? Edinburgh, Scotland, on my sister's bed. It seems too dark and "hard" to be a bedbug, and its head shape is

    choeunice1@gmail.com 1 day ago
  • Help identifying bug please!

    Hello. I need help identifying this bug. I found it in Guatemala aprox. 1550 meters over sea level in a montane forest. Thank you, Carmen

    carmenm_mejia 2 days ago
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This group is available for you to post questions about the study, rearing and identification of insects and other arthropods in association with the Amateur Entomologists' Society Bug Club. The Bug Club is for youngsters interested in insects and other minibeasts.

When sending a question please include details of your Country/State. Questions will be answered wherever possible. Some require local knowledge and we hope that enthusiasts from around the world will answer questions from their regions. When posting messages to the group your email address will be included in the message.

Please note, when using this service you are expected to be courteous and polite. Experts in this group give up their time for free to help people, common courtesy (for example, saying 'Thank you') is expected in return for that help.

Pictures of bugs that need to be identified can be found in the Folders marked Identity1 to Identity4 in the Files area. If you want an insect identified click on the appropriate Identity file and use the Add File facility to send your picture to the group. If you upload a file to one of these folders you must also send an e-mail to the group to advise members that you have done so, otherwise they will not know it is there.

If you are interested in breeding UK lepidoptera you should join our group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Breeding_UK-Leps/.

Current members of the Amateur Entomologists' Society should also join our AES members group, at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aes

Please note, we do not offer medical advice via this forum. Please contact a Medical Entomologist or Consultant Parasitologist.

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  • 2133
  • Zoology
  • Jul 23, 2000
  • English

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