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Syrphus ribesii laying an egg in an aphid colony.

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#1 | Ginks on 08 February 2012 13:34:42
This is a very interesting and educational picture. It makes me realise that I will have to be extra careful when I am removing aphids from my roses by hand. The hoverfly egg looks so much like an aphid that I could be destroying those as well... not good!

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