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  1. #1 WOW!! A new Bug 
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    My mum found this bug, (looks like half moth half wasp) if any one can tell me what it is i be much oblieged. (im from australia if that helps)



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    Its doing a Sh!7 if u are wondering


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    Unless I miss my guess, it is a Hummingbird Moth.
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    And if you gooogle 'hummingbird moth' - images you can see lots more of the little blighters.
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    what country are you in? I was watching a program the other day, autumn watch or something and they were saying the uk, right up into the north have had a record amount of these this year.
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    I don't think the UK and Australia have the same climate, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The P-manator
    I don't think the UK and Australia have the same climate, though.

    no, not quite
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    Then you didn't notice the brackets at the end of the first post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The P-manator
    Then you didn't notice the brackets at the end of the first post?

    Nope just glanced over it, saw hummingbird moth and it was still fresh in my mind from a live tv programme from earlier in the week
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    I just think it looks kinda cool, but why "hummingbird" moth instead of something like bee moth or wasp moth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laguna
    I just think it looks kinda cool, but why "hummingbird" moth instead of something like bee moth or wasp moth?
    Cos it looks and behaves, from a distance, like a hummingbird!
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    wow its very interesting i would like to study it
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