I was walking around the lemon tree, which has several generations of fruit on it at present, trying to decide which might be the oldest and best to pick.
Then I caught a glimpse of something not quite right hanging there.
It was green and nobbly textured like the young fruit, but shaped more like the leaves and with small paler dots on it like them.
But a closer look from several angles showed it was neither deformed fruit nor leaf.
It was a beautifully camouflaged nursery case, a pupa, for some sort of moth or butterfly.
No wonder I find nature a constant source of wonder!