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  • Plot70
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    We have had greenfinches on the same feeder.
    I have trimmed the tree a little bit however with the leaves on the light is a bit more of a challenge.
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  • burnie
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    This might be useful
    https://british-dragonflies.org.uk/odonata/damselflies/

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  • Containergardener
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post

    Looks like a male Large Red...……………...I think
    No idea. I haven't seen red in the garden before.

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  • burnie
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    Originally posted by Containergardener View Post
    Red damsel yesterday
    Looks like a male Large Red...……………...I think

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  • Containergardener
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    Red damsel yesterday
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  • Plot70
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    Tortoise shells looking nice and ready to couple.
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  • ameno
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post

    The caterpillars from those ate all the leaves on my guzz gog bush a couple of years back.
    Yeah, when I looked it up I did see that it eats currants and gooseberries (among other things). Hopefully it won't lay its eggs on mine.

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  • Nicos
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    ameno ...never seen one of those before! Pretty

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  • burnie
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    Originally posted by ameno View Post
    This flew into my bedroom last night:
    https://i.imgur.com/HvdGNIg.jpg

    It's a Magpie moth.
    The caterpillars from those ate all the leaves on my guzz gog bush a couple of years back.

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  • ameno
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    This flew into my bedroom last night:
    https://i.imgur.com/HvdGNIg.jpg

    It's a Magpie moth.

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  • Nicos
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    A Comma butterfly on my kitchen window... Click image for larger version

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  • burnie
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  • annie8
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    Back to the ongoing battle to find a spot in the garden for the bird feeders that the squirrels can’t get. Latest was to suspend them from washing line strung between the tree and the fence (didnt work) then the shed and a tree. That didn’t work either because they can jump 5 to 6 foot so either can jump from the ground up or throw themselves from the tree/ shed onto the feeders. I despair. Although you can’t help but admire their determination and intelligence. Poor wee bird not getting a look in.

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  • Mr Bones
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post
    We can see it on the screen shot but not on your first post, very odd
    Still showing on the PC and also shows on my phone so must be picking up on my profile.

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  • burnie
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    We can see it on the screen shot but not on your first post, very odd

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