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Alnetoidea_alneti_NOV_8482_m2_e
Alnetoidea alneti
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FungiJohn



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Taken while on a foray in Sherwood Pines with Les and John.
· Date: Wed November 12, 2014 · Views: 612 · Filesize: 56.0kb, 191.6kb · Dimensions: 959 x 1280 ·
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Keywords: Alnetoidea alneti
Camera Information: Nikon D7100 - Sigma 70mm
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FungiJohn

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Wed November 12, 2014 6:16pm

Many thanks to John (jaybie) for uploading my image ;-)

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Wed November 12, 2014 6:23pm

You're welcome John. It is a cracking image of a tiny little critter.

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Fri November 14, 2014 8:49pm

A wonderful find and a excellent shot.
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FungiJohn

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Sat November 15, 2014 3:51am

Thanks Richard

There were many of these on the tree trunks. It was eagle eyed Les who spotted them

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