Found on nettles , is it a type of Ladybird ? Tiniest I have ever seen if it is.
To give an idea of the size. ( That is a normal matchstick. )
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Wow that's tiny, certainly looks like some kind of ladybird what with the face area so to speak.
After a bit of Googling I think it may be the nymph of a Green Shield Bug. I do get lots of Shield bugs in the garden.
Galatas is right
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Has the appearance of a flying Ant but I've no idea really.
Flies of various types.
A mini spider
More mini beasts on nettle leaves.
great pictures Galatas
That first fly is interesting
have to have a root and see if I can find some Id's later.
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Nice shots - presume you've got a good macro lens to take these?
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AndyC Nice shots - presume you've got a good macro lens to take these? Andy C
Thanks for the comments. My lens is a Nikon Micro Nikkor 105mm
The fly (above) is on a stinging nettle. The pointy bits are the bits that sting you.
can't find that first fly as yet
4 lesser house fly
16 ruby tailed wasp
17 one of the burrowing wasps or spider wasp
not at all sure of them but closest I found
Thanks for that Ray. I appreciate you taking the time to ID them for me. There are so many possibilities that my brain begins to ache trying to sort them out.
know the feeling lol
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