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26/08/2013 at 21:44

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Dear all,

Please identify this insect for me, found it stuck between holes of the netting, and left him a trail prob been overnight. Rescue it & keep it under cover with a simple manmade insect dungeon,hope it'll survive. Also if you can see there's some very very tiny bugs underneath, not sure if it's being attacked by some other insects or its baby(ies). Anyway after an hour it's gone!!!!! nowhere to be found in the propogator prob it's strong enough to sneak thru some broken edges of the plastic.

Hope i just get to know it's name & It's happy to go back where it should be.

 

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26/08/2013 at 21:59

I think it is a dung beetle. They often have mites living under them. Click on this to read about them. http://www.dalswildlifesite.com/dungbeetles.htm

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