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Shield Bugs
Comments(3) # Shield Bugs london e17

Not the most imaginative of names is it? But I suppose they are shield-shaped and they are a member of the "true bugs" or Heteroptera...I suppose Shield Heteroptera isn't quite as catchy so we'll allow them to be called Shield Bugs without further comment. Except to say that you have of course heard the expression "joined at the hip". Somehow "joined at the rear end of the abdomen" never caught on. Yes, they're mating. PS: I'm going on holiday soon...see if you can guess when I've gone....... Canon EOS 5D
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