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Berlin, Germany

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Hannah Davis Cerceris rybyensis
Cerceris rybyensis commented on by Hannah Davis Berlin, Berlin, Germany4 years ago

Thanks! There are so many species that nest in the ground - it's always worth taking a closer look at "ant hills" with very round bee or wasp-sized entrances.

Hannah Davis Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Hannah Davis HK, Paracel Islands4 years ago

Ants of some sort, I think - a big red queen and several smaller males.

Hannah Davis Pine ladybird
Pine ladybird commented on by Hannah Davis Berlin, Berlin, Germany4 years ago

Thanks :)

Hannah Davis Ichneumon wasp (Riesenschlupfwespe)
Ichneumon wasp (Riesenschlupfwespe) commented on by Hannah Davis Berlin, Berlin, Germany4 years ago

Thanks!

Hannah Davis Unknown shield bug
Unknown shield bug commented on by Hannah Davis Berlin, Berlin, Germany4 years ago

It wasn't particularly large. Right now my best guess is birch shieldbug (Elasmostethus interstinctus), but I'm terrible at IDing these guys.

Hannah Davis Eggs and Hatchlings
Eggs and Hatchlings commented on by Hannah Davis دهب, جنوب سيناء, Egypt4 years ago

Too fat, though, I think. Maybe a mimic? Or maybe just a coincidence if you don't have ticks with that colouration where you are.

Hannah Davis Eggs and Hatchlings
Eggs and Hatchlings commented on by Hannah Davis دهب, جنوب سيناء, Egypt4 years ago

I'm probably imagining things, but those look a lot like ticks...

Hannah Davis Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Hannah Davis Berlin, Berlin, Germany4 years ago

It's apparently a beetle larva (Carabidae or Staphylinidae), but if anyone knows what species, please let me know :)

Hannah Davis Black lace-weaver
Black lace-weaver commented on by Hannah Davis Berlin, Berlin, Germany4 years ago

Thanks :)

Hannah Davis Predatory mite
Predatory mite commented on by Hannah Davis Berlin, Berlin, Germany4 years ago

Update: someone just told me this is a mite of the genus Anystis, a genus of generalist predatory mites.