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Lady Beetle Eating Aphid On A Climbing rose

Lady Beetle Eating Aphid On A Climbing rose - good bug, photography, range, Australia, small, natural pestiside, bug, Queensland, aphid, Lady Beetle, black spots, close up photography, pest exterminater, nature, not macro, pests on roses, tiny, no chemicals needed
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Lady Beetles pest exterminators in our garden
shellandshilo Uploaded by shellandshilo on . Lady Beetle Eating Aphid On A Climbing rose - Desktop Nexus Nature Download free wallpapers and background images: Lady Beetle Eating Aphid On A Climbing rose. Desktop Nexus Nature background ID 2314769. Lady Beetles pest exterminators in our garden Rating: 4.1

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Total Downloads: 27
Times Favorited: 0
Uploaded By: shellandshilo
Date Uploaded: October 21, 2017
Filename: DSC_0056--2-.JPG
Original Resolution: 6000x4000
File Size: 2.46MB
Category: Bugs

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