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National Insect Week returns in 2020

HIGH RES IMAGES AND LOGOS

Captions and credits are included beneath each image. Shorter form captions can be used (in order):

1) NIW logo (copyright RES but caption and credit does not need to be shown)

2) Sawflies eating a birch leaf © Anthony Cooper

3) Hairy-footed flower bee looking through the keyhole © Anthony Cooper

4) Male common blue damselfly © Darron Matthews

5) Ant and wasp ‘the kiss’ © Pawel Bieniewski

6) Aduly mayfly at sunset © Danny Beath

7) Red Admiral © Jenny Bailey

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Did you know?

Shapely antennae

Antennal shape reflects insect ecology, male moths have feathery antennae to detect female pheromones at night.

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