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David Humphries

I'm an iggly, I'm an iggly, what iggly am I ?

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Not entirely sure on the galleries of this one, but I'd hazard a guess toward Oak pin hole borer - Platypus cylindrus.


The dark staining could be the presence of the Ambrosia fungi.

Which the beetle introduces into the tunnels for the larvae to feed on.










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this time more a case of........


I'm a caterpillar, I'm a caterpillar, what caterpillar am I?




Haven't seen the culprit yet, but moneys on Gypsy or motled umber moth


Whatd'ya reckon?






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Scalloped hazel moth maybe?



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Interesting Adam, what makes you offer up this particular iggly?






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Eating pattern mostly mate, I'm no expert but but really love my moths :D


My other would of been gypsy also mate



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