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Caterpillar from the allotment. The real size is 8.99 mm, magnification is 1.4

IMG_5465Caterpillar by davholla2002, on Flickr

I don't see many millipedes, so this was nice - millipede, the real size is 12.98 mm, magnification is 1.4
Possibly Blaniulus guttulatus.

IMG_5427Millipedev2 by davholla2002, on Flickr

Springtail from the allotment, The real size is 4.24 mm, magnification is 2.8

IMG_5505Springtail by davholla2002, on Flickr

Ladybird, not a harlequin - too small. The real size is 5.58 mm, magnification is 1.95 - so what is it?

IMG_5340Ladybird by davholla2002, on Flickr

Leaf hopper on bramble, The real size is 3.44 mm, magnification is 3.08

IMG_5356Hopperv3 by davholla2002, on Flickr
 
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Good set David. I particularly like the millipede and the springtail. (I see from Flickr that you found a little globbie too.)
 

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Ladybird, not a harlequin - too small. The real size is 5.58 mm, magnification is 1.95 - so what is it?
I'm going to stick my neck out here, and suggest that it is a Harlequin, because,
Natives have black legs, Harlequins have pale / orange yellow legs.
The most common of them (harlequin) is black with 2 red spots.
"our" 2 spot is red with black spots.
 
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I'm going to stick my neck out here, and suggest that it is a Harlequin, because,
Natives have black legs, Harlequins have pale / orange yellow legs.
The most common of them (harlequin) is black with 2 red spots.
"our" 2 spot is red with black spots.
Thanks for that - I guess size is not 100% reliable.

Good set David. I particularly like the millipede and the springtail. (I see from Flickr that you found a little globbie too.)
Thank you, millipedes I don't see that often (more centipedes) so I was very pleased. I am seeing more and more globular springtails as November draws on. A lot of photos I have taken have been from leaf litter that I have collected.
 
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