Hello Folks!Be they big or small, insects are undoubtedly highly fascinating creatures. Chances are wherever you are, whatever you're doing, an insect is not a million miles away and you might not even know it! So what better reason than to have a quiz to see how much you know about them.
Each Monday for 12 weeks, I will be posting a little teaser for you. Without looking in books or on the internet (i.e - no cheating), see if you can identify the insect. On Wednesday, so as long as no-one has guessed it, I will post one clue. On Friday I will post the answer along with some additional information for your interest.MYSTERY INSECT QUIZ#5Beech duly charter.
Is it a Beachy Dulcheter? Go on, let me be right, I never get anything right.
Take care all, Stich.
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Well done Stich you are right in my eyes.
Whatever's one of those???
MrsT you do think up the most incredible clues!! I haven't the foggiest as usual!
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Scale insects that live on beech
Thanks Ray! A new one for me! Lol!
I was going down the anagram route and got as far as Darter then came unstuck....
How to give a dyslexic a stinking headache!
Caroline in Jersey
Folks, 'tis an anagram, if that helps. @Caroline - do hope your headache has gone!
Some sort of Beetle then?????? lol
I can see carder bee then blank
Blue darter blank
Is there such a thing as a churchyard beetle? Gave anagram to Hub and I said possibly beetle & he came up with churchyard not that either of us have heard of one.
Sorry, I suppose getting help with anagram is cheating - but no looking in books or internet:-)
could be a dying breed pudweena, does take all the letters
Blimey, best post a clue, where is the day going!!!
Clue: Though my name may suggest I have quiet neighbours, you are more likely to find me in a cave!