JWM2

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Kinda looks like a spider wasp. I don’t like either of them and somehow you crazy asses managed to mingle them together, ha!
 
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Off with his head. Don’t chance it. Do indeed him there to fight any other big problems your having? If so will he alone do enuff? Off with his head
Here in N.Amer wasps are usually beneficial insects but the Aussie ecology is way different than ours and wasps could be a pest more often than not, for all I know. The paper wasps wreck my outdoor plants upper leaves all spring but they also kill a lot of nasties, so I generally leave them be.
 
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We got those robbers ...ive spent the last hour trying to find that insect lol.i have seen it before and have had a similar one but with black grey bands on abdomen hangin out on leaves..that one in pic they move pretty quick.i cant understand why i cant find a pic so i sent it to an online ste that can identify it..i dont think they will hurt the girls..it could b a beneficial predator just hanging out waitin for its nxt meal.it looks like it bites lol like everythin else here.bloody marsh flies are a prick right now.
 
I honesly never saw that bug again and am assuming it was some sort of wasp that made its way in there, didn't seem to be up to anything and not long after this thread started it disappeared along with all the small flies (whitefly or something that there was only a handful of)

Funny thing is I chopped today and found the ladybug I put in my flower wardrobe in week 1 alive and well, must have been doing its job
 
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