Ladybird Hatch
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Gallery of 97 files, all images. Eight are featured.

Published by Richard GoodwinFiled under Galleries

This appears to be a mass of Harlequin Ladybirds emerging from their larval stage en masse, using the wooden handrail and brick wall at a local college. Most were static, or walking around with their wings out (drying?); some seemed to be gathering in the cracks between fence and posts.

Not brilliant shots, as they were taken quickly with my point and click camera with no flash, no tripod in low light, and stripes on some of the images since I got water on the back of the camera.