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Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chatter' started by bb07, Apr 12, 2013.
I had loads of raspberry in my camp last week.
Okay, this one is easy, so what made it?
I think a spider made that hole, because of the spiderman-ish line hanging from it. Not sure what spider though. Or what nut/fruit that is.
Ooh, more difficult than I thought. No spiders involved Niels.
Gall wasp ? the hole is where the grub burrows out ?
Gall wasp indeed Rev, although I was kind of hoping someone would be specific and say which one, since the gall is distinctive.
If not, I'll give...
40 mins and no other answers, do I win ?
You win, and no-one has been specific, so... Andricus kollari, Oak Gall Wasp.
And your prize is... you get to shoot Biker without repercussions
Alright then ...............it"s an oak marble gall caused by a little wasp called Andricus Kollari ..........it may have a common name but I don't know it.
Yay me ! quarrels loaded with broadheads
Too bad this thread dissapeared...
I agree! Is it a sea dog?
Not enough water for a sealion to hide in, a fish?
Yes, although I believe it is not called sea dog in English (it is in German, well of course not "sea dog" but "Seehund" which is the same). Common seal is what my dictionary shows up with!
Taken on the island Helgoland, where they rest on the beach. Amazing experience to lie there with them!
Well luckily you knew what I meant. It's called zeehond here. I've seen one in the estuary close to me exeptionally far inland this autumn. A great experience.
Didn't look like there was enough water there for it to hide in. So who's posting up the next odd one?
Looks like a Sea lion
oops, didn't notice there was another page
I would go out and take pictures. But I'm currently being burdened with an overabundance of schooling as you put it
Here's one then...
Spot on a pig?
Pig was my first thought, too!