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In Britain the painted lady does not survive our winters, so the ones we see are either visitors from the continent or their offspring. Most years a small…

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Many of our Cambridgeshire woodlands provide an ideal habitat and setting for the photography of butterflies. Gamlingay Wood is on a clay soil which makes paths…

I sat and watched this little bee for 30 minutes at least. Going from flower to flower. He would crawl around collecting pollen then tuck it under his wings and…

This ladybug has lost it, or maybe it need glasses. Somebody has to tell it, it is a nut and srew it is hugging. Or maybe the bug is just a nutcase. Spotted…

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These tiny butterflies are easy to miss unless you are searching for them, although they are larger than our brown argus. With wings open, basking in the sun,…

Anyone who photographs dragonflies will take you how difficult flight shots are. There are one or two exceptions to this - some hawkers will hover for a few…

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