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  1. danyjv

    danyjv Active Member

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    Any one know what these are called? They look nasty ...
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    Sdaji Almost Legendary

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    Usually called 'Spitfires', most people think they are caterpillars but they're actually the larvae of sawflies, which despite their name are not flies but wasps. They're very interesting things and the first time you see a pile of them it's pretty cool.
     
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    They were bane of existence at our school 10years ago, everyone wanted to touch them and uhoh
     
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    Thanks. There interesting to see , all ways in bunches


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    Looks like blue sawfly larvae mate


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