7 Spot Ladybird - Coccinella 7-punctata
Grass Spider - Tibellus oblongus
Peacock - Inachis io
Bee-Fly in flight
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White Tailed Bumble Bee - Bombus Lucorum
7 Spot Ladybird
Gets its name from it's preferred habitat among tall grasses. The Latin name ‘oblongus’ is derived from the elongated body shape.
Comma - Polygonia
Ichneumon Fly - Ichneumon suspiciosus
Red Tailed Bumble Bee
Bee-Fly - Bombylius major
The shape and colouring help to disguise it when hiding in long dry grass. Grass spiders assume a stretched out posture when resting.
The females implant their eggs into the caterpillars of butterflies and moths. When the eggs hatch the larvae feed on the body of the host caterpillars.
Often found on coastal dunes among grasses, but also inland in damp fields and meadows
Bumble Bee - Bombus Lapidarius
White Tailed Bumble Bee
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wow how many insects are there? it almost look like you've just found 38370129 insects and put them all in a bunch of leaves haha.. i like the first shot :)
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