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This is a medium sized dragonfly. The overall impression is dark, the male having a blackish abdomen with blue spots, brown thorax with relatively narrow yellow…

Garden Spider what a beautiful creature close-up. Spinning a web, this picture was taken shortly after the morning dew had dried up.

Slithering across a Gravel path. This snail was taking the short cut but seemed to be taken a lot longer to achieve.

I spotted this insect on a Fleabane flower. It looks like a wasp or hornet. Common name and or Scientific name would be most appreciated.

These are a fascinating group of insects. They belong to the family Syrphidae, a family within the order Diptera (true flies).

This is a fascinating butterfly. The scalloped edges and cryptic colouring of the wings conceal hibernating adults amongst dead leaves, while the larvae,…

The only British Burnet with six red spots on forewing (red patch at base is divided by a vein and counts as two spots).

Bright orange-brown wings held with forewings angled above hind wings. Males have a thin black line through centre of fore-wing.

A common butterfly and familiar to many observers, especially in woodland where, as its name suggests, it is most often found.

Yet again, I am very lucky to have met this beautiful young creature, who let's me regain my conciseness around her. Here are a few photos about how I saw her…

Here In New Zealand, we are blessed to have so many clean and beautiful Beaches. Pretty much wherever you are in New Zealand, you are relatively close to the…
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