I'm sure it did, Hazel, but I'll have a look next time I see it. I like what good hunters they are, I saw him right inside a rose, just sticking his little head out, waiting for a meal to come along. Can't imagine him tackling a proper honey bee but he might go the little native bees.
Yes, always sad to lose trees, they take so long to grow. We've also lost one in the back paddock but that one was lucky to live as long as it did anyway. Did what your hemlock did, got uprooted, but then continued to grow parallel to the ground, then upwards. The top finally got too heavy though. (sigh) Good winter firewood though I suppose.