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omg its that time of year again......

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no more putting washing out in the evening them horrible flying things with eyelashes are out......the may bugs!! one was tappin on my window last night got some pics but my camera is not good Read More
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
no more putting washing out in the evening them horrible flying things with eyelashes are out......the may bugs!!

one was tappin on my window last night got some pics but my camera is not good
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
theres no washing up if you burn all you clothes....jus sayin.
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eyelashes?
#3
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#4
is it a wearwolf lol
#5
ewwww they look scary glad i aint came across them lol
#6
raptorcigs
eyelashes?


lol well thats what they look like :)
#7
black gerbil1;2157656
theres no washing up if you burn all you clothes....jus sayin.


do you want the whole world naked?
banned#8
tumble drier, never peg out, dont own a line
#9
will see if i can see some more tonight

have u seen them b4?
#10
i have never seen them before
#11
sassie;2157672
tumble drier, never peg out, dont own a line

so your carbon footprint is a moon boot like mine lol
#12
emasu
do you want the whole world naked?

you keep yours on for the love of god.
#13
black gerbil1
you keep yours on for the love of god.


what is that on your face? :?
#14
it's a venezuelian groin nibbler whatch out:w00t:
banned#15
raptorcigs
so your carbon footprint is a moon boot like mine lol


yep, but i dont drive - lol
#16
black gerbil1;2157693
you keep yours on for the love of god.


I wasn't planning to remove them.
#17
edjaned
what is that on your face? :?

pixles
#18
edjaned;2157701
what is that on your face? :?

lmfao:w00t:
#19
emasu
I wasn't planning to remove them.


worldwide sigh of relief! :)
#20
sassie;2157711
yep, but i dont drive - lol

me either
#21
Bugs!
banned#22
The worst are those little thunderbugs....get everywhere!

Nice to see youi back Raptorcigs!
#23
ODB_69
The worst are those little thunderbugs....get everywhere!

Nice to see youi back Raptorcigs!


what are they? :?
#24
Common Cockchafer or MaybugMelolontha melolontha. At 20-30mm in length this beetle is often seen flying towards lights during the warm evenings of May and June. The May Bug used to be a serious pest to farmers as the larvae eat their way through large quantities of the roots of crops in fields.
Oh and edjane's washing
#25
ODB_69;2157834
The worst are those little thunderbugs....get everywhere!

Nice to see youi back Raptorcigs!

CHEERS:-D
#26
sorry i know what may bugs are but what are thunderbugs?
#27
[B]Thrips

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Thrips
Fossil range: Permian - Recenthttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/2f/Thysanoptera.jpg/250px-Thysanoptera.jpg

Scientific classificationKingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Arthropoda
Class:Insecta
Subclass:Pterygota
Superorder:Exopterygota
Order:Thysanoptera
Haliday, 1836FamiliesTerebrantia
AdiheterothripidaeAeolothripidaeFauriellidaeHemithripidaeHeterothripidaeJezzinothripidaeKarataothripidaeMelanthripidaeMerothripidaeScudderothripidaeStenurothripidaeThripidaeTriassothripidaeUzelothripidae
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Ponticulothrips diospyrosi on finger for scale.


Thrips (Order Thysanoptera) are tiny, slender insects with fringed wings (thus the scientific name, from the Greekthysanos (fringe) + pteron (wing)). Other common names for thrips include thunderflies, thunderbugs, storm flies, and corn lice. Thrips species feed on a large variety of sources both plant and animal by puncturing them and sucking up the contents. A large number of thrips species are considered pests, because they feed on plants with commercial value. Some species of thrips feed on other insects or mites and are considered beneficial, while some feed on fungal spores or pollen. So far around 5,000 species have been described. Thrips are generally tiny (1 mm long or less) and are not good flyers, although they can be carried long distances by the wind. In the right conditions, many species can explode in population and swarm everywhere, making them an irritation to humans.
Like the words sheep or moose, the word thrips is used for both the singular and plural forms. So while there may be many thrips there can also be a solitary thrips. The word thrips is from Greek, meaning wood louse.[1]
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  • 1 Characteristics
  • 2 Ecology
  • 3 Evolution and systematics
  • 4 Trivia
  • 5 Footnotes
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  • #28
    wtfs that
    #29
    nacider;2157952
    wtfs that

    DUNNO JUST A GOOGLE SNACH AND PASTE
    banned#30
    edjaned;2157917
    sorry i know what may bugs are but what are thunderbugs?

    don't know what the proper names are ...little tiny black things.....always seem to be loads around when its later...therefore cooler... there only about 3mm long
    #31
    Eurgh! Bugs with eyelashes, that really made me laugh. Now i feel all itchy and scared of them tapping at my window, ewwwwwwwwww.
    banned#32
    sassie
    tumble drier, never peg out, dont own a line


    Bad carbon footprint for you.
    banned#33
    bellabonkers
    i have never seen them before


    Neither have I, maybe they are a welsh insect!
    banned#34
    DLM
    Bad carbon footprint for you.


    i dont drive, i dont cook, so not too bad - lol
    banned#35
    edjaned
    what is that on your face? :?


    it's a venezuelian groin nibbler watch out
    banned#36
    sassie
    i dont drive, i dont cook, so not too bad - lol


    What do, you do?
    banned#37
    DLM
    What do, you do?


    was only joking, i dont drive but do cook (when i have too)

    so folks drive their cars and i tumble dry my clothes :-)
    banned#38
    What the hell are they? Is it a Northern thing or something?
    banned#39
    sassie
    was only joking, i dont drive but do cook (when i have too)

    so folks drive their cars and i tumble dry my clothes :-)


    I wouldn't like a dryer because they use a lot of electricity don't they?

    I just dry our washing in front of the fire in the winter.

    I would be lost without a car, not many of my family or friend's live near me and the shop's are pretty dire near me too.
    banned#40
    guv
    What the hell are they? Is it a Northern thing or something?


    I've never seen them in Manchester, they are from wales, I think!

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