Saturday, 21 December 2013

A Selection of Meet Your Neighbours Images

I haven't posted many Meet Your Neighbours images recently so here are a random selection, mostly taken in late summer.

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A Seven-Spot Ladybird taking off:



This next image features quite possibly the largest fly I have ever seen. I spotted it in my garden and wasn't at all sure what it was. But it was enormous and dwarfed a regular Bluebottle fly. A bit of research reveals it's a Dark Giant Horsefly (Tabanus sudeticus). Given its size I really wouldn't fancy being bitten by one!



A Common Froghopper (the sort that can be found in cuckoo spit):



A Turnip Sawfly:



A Greenbottle fly:



A Small Skipper Butterfly:


A mating pair of ground beetles (Curtonotus aulicus)



A Cinnabar Moth caterpillar on ragwort (with an unexpected hoverfly visiting):



And finally, a Common Wasp:



2 comments:

  1. Amazing !!! you have share fantastic photographs . I like it ..

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