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  •   Sarah reacted to this post about 1 year ago
    Just found some iridescent bioluminescant shieldbug nymph eggs under Atriplex patula orache in my garden. And a Froghopper Nymph. Frog hoppers hide under spit on plants to avoid sparrows and bluetits. Lost of interesting things under leaves if you look.
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  •   Christopher Allander reacted to this post about 1 year ago
    Lots of ladybirds about in the garden, this two spot is on my nettles. Nettles are a great acid test of how we view nature actions speaking louder than words.
    Many people profess to be environmentalists when it comes to the barrier reef and the amazon but will happily cut back their nettles...
    Lots of ladybirds about in the garden, this two spot is on my nettles. Nettles are a great acid test of how we view nature actions speaking louder than words.
    Many people profess to be environmentalists when it comes to the barrier reef and the amazon but will happily cut back their nettles full of ladybird, shield bug nymphs and butterfly larvae. If we are serious about nature and earth retoration how can wemust teach people that damaging local native irish flora and fauna is just as wrong as destroying the Amazon.
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