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  1. Feather-like wing structure of thrips
  2. Odd ant behaviour.
  3. Andrena sp....
  4. yellow fly id
  5. bug houses
  6. Is it true that bees never sleep?
  7. bug ID
  8. Queen bee emerging!
  9. New Species of Irish Ladybird
  10. Meadow Browns?
  11. Is this a Meadow Brown?
  12. What is this huge fly??
  13. BEE info - Childrens book info help again...
  14. Bee or Fly for ID please ..........
  15. Scatopse notata ?
  16. Lacewing
  17. Another rove beetle
  18. Looking for id
  19. Can Anyone ID For Me Please?
  20. velvet mite and mining bee
  21. newly emerged bee-fly
  22. Tiny black beetle for id
  23. Wrinly, red mite
  24. jumping insects
  25. Springtail ID?
  26. Solitary Bee
  27. 3 Insects for ID
  28. 2 Blue-tailed Damselflies?
  29. Two Shiny Flies for ID
  30. Rove Beetle
  31. Tiny insect with long, thin wings
  32. Bee Flies are back.
  33. A handful of Caterpillars/Larvae for ID
  34. Orange mite with distinctive markings
  35. Moth fly
  36. Are these both Dung Fly?
  37. Time for the Harvest Men
  38. Millions of millipedes - sorry only three for ID
  39. bbbb's for ID
  40. Green eyed fly
  41. Hoverfly ID check. Possibly Platycherius clypeatus
  42. Enough Snails for a meal or ID
  43. What could it be?
  44. Unidentified fly
  45. Psyllid with red and black striped abdomen
  46. Odd insect, bug nymph?
  47. 4 Flies from N.Ireland
  48. 4 Similar Type Flies
  49. Three Different Centipedes for ID
  50. 3 Craneflies for ID
  51. 2 Spiders for Identification
  52. 2 Ichneumon Wasps for ID
  53. Very small fly
  54. Beetle with very large back legs
  55. A whole bunch of Leafhoppers
  56. Larvae/Caterpillars for ID
  57. Unidentified Beetles
  58. 3 Damselflies for ID
  59. Three Soldier Beetles for ID
  60. First 7-spot ladybird of the year
  61. Hoverfly ID
  62. Two Mining Bees for id
  63. Parasytic Wasp?
  64. Springtail for identification pls.
  65. [ID] 1.5mm grass insect please!
  66. Another Couple of Bugs
  67. Three Bugs for ID
  68. Shieldbugs for ID
  69. Slimbridge Hoverfly
  70. 4 N.Ireland Hoverflies