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Just now, David Cropper said:

I must have overdosed on my medication.

That or you where furiously typing whilst changing your adult nappy? 

 

No shame in it, we all get to the level of frailty you displayed in the covid thread old man

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18 hours ago, David Cropper said:

Where does Billhook state it's in the UK?

Y’all should know ba now that I come from the county of pilgrims, with the towns of Boston, Lincoln, New York.

 

But thank you Slack ma Girdle and Surveyor and for answering that.  Never seen one before in spite of hanging around ponds and ditches most of my life!

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On 23/05/2022 at 15:28, Billhook said:

Not quite sure where to post this but this incredibly thin worm was in a completely still stone basin of Spring water.  Anyone identify it?

 

 

just found this video which is interesting.   Perhaps in my case here in the UK they are parasitic on water beetles or similar

 

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