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can anyone identify these strange orange wriggling bugs? They appear in very large numbers at the edges of things - gate posts and plants - when it’s hot and sunny. Never seen them before. They don’t seem to damage the plants - not yet anyway- but do seem to bite - though that may just be my skin crawling! 

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  • wild edgeswild edges The north west of south east WalesPosts: 8,839
    No pic attached sorry but maybe red spider mites?
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  • Ladybird4Ladybird4 Third rock from the sunPosts: 35,467
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
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  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 48,932
    Click on the wee mountain icon in the toolbar Stephen, and follow the instructions. It helps if the pix aren't too big - about 1 to 2MB will load easily  :)
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  • spf30spf30 Posts: 5
    Fairygirl said:
    Click on the wee mountain icon in the toolbar Stephen, and follow the instructions. It helps if the pix aren't too big - about 1 to 2MB will load easily  :)

    No pic attached sorry but maybe red spider mites?

  • spf30spf30 Posts: 5
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.

    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.

  • spf30spf30 Posts: 5
    spf30 said:
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.

    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.
    Ladybird4 said:
    spf30, would it be possible to upload a picture to help in identification please.

    Fairygirl said:
    Click on the wee mountain icon in the toolbar Stephen, and follow the instructions. It helps if the pix aren't too big - about 1 to 2MB will load easily  :)

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