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Alien invaders: Your photos

Photo: David Element

This brightly coloured beetle caught the eye of David Element in London.

Photo: Tim Gobourn

Tunnelweb spiders are alive and well in Cheltenham. Tim Gobourn's back garden housed a breeding colony until recently, unfortunately for his wife who doesn't like spiders.

Photo: Simon Divito

Simon Divito has found two aptly-named wasp spiders in his garden in Deal, Kent

Photo: Mark Browne

The river on the Berkshire/Oxfordshire border is teeming with crayfish, according to Mark Browne. He says they're great cooked with garlic, chilli, olive oil and cream.

Photo: Richard Maunder

Richard Maunder snapped this crayfish on his phone camera after a day out on the Thames. Send your photos to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. For terms and conditions see right hand side




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