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Ant Formica sp. Wasp Vespula sp.
National Insect Week returns in 2018
Pollination, First Prize
Shhh... do not disturb, Second Prize
The view on a bridge, Commended
Brown Clipper butterfly, Specially Commended
Shades of green, Commended
Privet Hawkmoth caterpillar, Specially Commended
Azure Damselfly on an ear of wheat, Commended
Because I have no teeth, Specially Commended
Green Hairstreak, Commended
Mormon Butterfly, Commended
Red hemipteran, Commended
Green dragonfly, Commended
Stupendous Staveley Sunfly, Specially Commended
The Bug Life, Specially Commended
Flying and feeding bee-fly, Specially Commended
Orange-tip butterfly, Commended
Mint moth, Commended
National Insect Week encourages people of all ages to learn more about insects.
Every two years, the Royal Entomological Society organises the week, supported by a large number of partner organisations with interests in the science, natural history and conservation of insects.
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Anisozygoptera are like a cross between a dragon and a damselfly, they have dragonfly eyes and damselfy wings.
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